IPv6 dynamic DNS services?

Daniel Austin daniel at kewlio.net
Tue Mar 8 23:16:50 CET 2011


On 08/03/2011 22:14, Daniel Roesen wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> On Tue, Mar 08, 2011 at 09:57:37PM +0000, Daniel Austin wrote:
>> I have a dyndns service on dyndns.co.uk - but its private (and no web-based
>> admin, or website at all actually).
>> It doesn't do IPv6 right now, but would take very little effort for me to
>> update it to support it.  (currently my service has unix-based client
>> software only as it's only really in use for friends)
>> If there were sufficient call for it, I don't mind putting some extra
>> effort into getting it up and running with IPv6 support.
> Thanks for your offer. Perhaps I should have mentioned the background of
> my question:
> We were asking CPE router vendors about IPv6 DynDNS support. They came
> back to us with "show us a service supporting IPv6 and we'll look at
> it". I was surprised that there ain't such thing at the moment.
> I'm not looking for something for myself, but something to ask vendors
> to implement in CPE routers deployed in mass to residential users...

Ah the age old chicken n egg scenario :)

> This would definately require some long-term support commitment I
> guess. :-)

I've owned it for 11 years, I could manage a long-term commitment I 
guess :-)

> Not trying to shy you away! :] It would probably be easiest if the
> update interface follows same protocol/syntax like DynDNS.com's
> service so they don't have to actually change that part of the code.

Good idea - i'll look into it, thanks :-)



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