IPv6 dynamic DNS services?
sethm at rollernet.us
Wed Mar 9 01:34:42 CET 2011
On 3/8/2011 16:07, Jima wrote:
> On 3/8/2011 3:53 PM, Daniel Roesen wrote:
>> Are there any alternatives available today? Cursory g00gling only
>> pointed to dns6.org which seems to be defunct.
> Oh man, the rest of the guys here are slackers; I've had IPv6-capable
> DynDNS for months now. ;-)
> Like the others, I'm not running a public, production-grade service,
> but I'd be willing to share my perl hack of a CGI with someone who has a
> genuine interest in providing it.
Well, I am interested, and quite serious about IPv6. I just ran through
mine and turns out it was painless to finish up. So here it is: there's
now a open-to-the-public IPv6 Dynamic DNS service out there.
Docs for those curious:
I can comp some accounts (unfortunately I had to stop doing "free" years
ago) for anyone genuinely interested in trying it out and providing
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