IPv6 root dns name resolution?
bmanning at ISI.EDU
Sat Jan 4 23:51:24 UTC 2003
There is, but to gain access to it, you must sign a release. :(
The instructions are in the list archives or I can send you the
information for using the v6 enabled DNS.
% This might explain why I'm not getting answers to DNS queries. So I need to
% somehow forward all IPv6 queries from my local server to a IPv6 ''root''
% server or send it via a IPv4 connection to the established root servers. So
% there is no gereral IPv6 root DNS server?
% "Bill Manning" <bmanning at ISI.EDU> wrote in message
% news:av6gj4$epmo$1 at isrv4.isc.org...
% > % "Rob Kypriotakis" <rkypriot at cistron.nl> writes:
% > %
% > % >I'm just getting started with IPv6 and have some DNS resolver issues.
% > % >to make sure can someone tell me if the regular IPv4 root DNS servers
% > % >be able to resolve a IPv6 address or should I configure my local DNS to
% > % >other root DNS servers for IPv6. (which?)
% > %
% > % The IPv6 DNS space is the same space as the IPv4 one, so it is OK
% > % to use the current root name servers.
% > %
% > % David.
% > The question unasked is "visability". Queries coming in
% > over IPv6 transport will be ignored since the roots do
% > not have IPv6 transport visability.
% > --bill
% > Opinions expressed may not even be mine by the time you read them, and
% > certainly don't reflect those of any other entity (legal or otherwise).
Opinions expressed may not even be mine by the time you read them, and
certainly don't reflect those of any other entity (legal or otherwise).
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