Quick comparison of LSNs and NAT64
dr at cluenet.de
Fri Jun 10 07:11:28 UTC 2011
On Thu, Jun 09, 2011 at 06:39:18PM -0400, Jeff Hartley wrote:
> We've been using two workarounds:
> 1. Separate DNS resolvers (both BIND 9.8; one DNS64 and the other
> DNS6). Have the client provisioning system assign the appropriate DNS
> server IPs (dual-stack to anycast set 1, v6-only to anycast set 2).
> 2. Use range-specific views to determine whether or not to apply DNS64
> (this setup isn't standard BIND, though).
> One is a kludge, and the other is vendor-specific, but they work.
Not for SLAAC environments and others where there is no mandatory
endpoint registration. E.g. residential LANs.
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