ipv4-mapped reverse lookups
marka at isc.org
Mon Jul 8 22:32:19 UTC 2013
One could also look at the dns64 reverse code to do this. It synthesises cname records on the fly.
On 09/07/2013, at 8:27, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> wrote:
> Getnameinfo and gethostbyaddr are supposed to lookup the in-addr.arpa records instead of ip6.arpa records for mapped addresses. If you only have a limited range of addresses one could use $generate to add cname records which map from ip6.arpa to in-addr.arpa.
> On 09/07/2013, at 8:12, "Lawrence K. Chen, P.Eng." <lkchen at ksu.edu> wrote:
>> For reasons unknown, some old Solaris servers are suddenly seeing connections to them as ipv4-mapped ipv6 (ie: ::ffff:10.20.30.40 ) Which is causing problems because it needs the reverse lookup to be right.
>> So while we struggle between spending time to investigate why or continue to try to get people to upgrade from these old forgotten servers.
>> Is there an easy way for me to provide reverse lookups for those?
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