v4/v6 dns thoughts?
Blake T. Pfankuch
blake at pfankuch.me
Wed Aug 10 03:03:05 UTC 2011
I too agree the v4/v6 stuff is pointless and slightly annoying so I have been using same name with A/AAAA records.
From: Landon Stewart [mailto:lstewart at superb.net]
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 6:16 PM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: v4/v6 dns thoughts?
On 9 August 2011 16:36, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
> My PTRs are all to the same host name. In any context where the
> protocol actually matters, you should have other ways to detect it.
> I also don't recommend doing the foo.v4/foo.v6 thing in your forwards.
> really no advantage to do it. Most tools either have separate
> IPv4/IPv6 variants or have command-line switches for address-family
> control if you care.
I agree that using the v4 or v6 tag in forward or reverse is pointless. One can tell it is v4 or v6 by the result of the lookup and the hostnames don't change just because they are accessible via IPv6. If a hostname is directly related to the fact that its IPv6 by all means put it in there though.
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