IPv6 6to4 and dns

Mans Nilsson mansaxel at besserwisser.org
Fri Nov 19 01:26:49 CST 2010


Subject: IPv6 6to4 and dns Date: Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 04:43:12PM -0800 Quoting Jeroen van Aart (jeroen at mompl.net):
> What would be the best way to configure your dns once you've set up IPv6  
> 6to4? Separate the IPv4 and IPV6 domains or let them be the same?

The same. Separation would be unnecessary influence from a lower layer. 

> That is, use something like example.com for your existing IPv4 address  
> and something like 6.example.com for IPv6 (and www.6.example.com etc.)?

Useful for debugging. And no more. 

> Or is it safe to have both A and AAAA records for the same domain name?

Once a node is enough reachable (according to SLAen etc) to warrant
inclusion in DNS, the Internet Protocol number is just an indication
of  which way to reach it. It is perfectly safe, and I do it all the
time. When my Internets break, I suffer. Of course. But that has
nothing to do with ipv4 vs ipv6.

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