Quad-A records in Network Solutions ?

Carlos Martinez-Cagnazzo carlosm3011 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 13:47:08 CDT 2012


I'm not a fan of conspiracy theories, but, c'mon. For a provisioning
system, an AAAA record is just a fragging string, just like any other
DNS record. How difficult to support can it be ?

regards

Carlos

On 3/28/12 3:40 PM, Lynda wrote:
> On 3/28/2012 10:59 AM, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ wrote:
>> And they need to do anyway, if they want to keep the contract:
>>
>> http://www.ipv6tf.org/index.php?page=news/newsroom&id=8494
>
> This really points out one of the biggest impediments to moving to
> IPv6. I just briefly looked at the list of registrars that are able to
> create glue records for any domain I might have that I wanted to exist
> in IPv6, and it's a very limited list. I'm currently using Pairnic,
> and I am happy with them, mostly, but moving to IPv6 is painful.
>
> To quote:
>
>> We don't have a customer interface for IPv6 glue records on name
>> servers.
>> However, we can manually set them up if you can send us the information
>> for the records.
>
> That's probably okay for me, but it's really not conducive to any
> large scale operation. It needs to be run-of-the-mill, and not
> esoteric, to move it forward.
>



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