marka at isc.org
Mon May 30 01:39:50 UTC 2016
DNS64 is a bad solution. It breaks DNSSEC. The proported benefits of
DNS64 over other ways of providing IPv4 over IPv6 don't actually exist.
DS-Lite or one of the MAP encapsulation will actually be better in the
I say this as someone who has written a DNS64 implementation.
In message <CAE_ug16_y+Ww8B3vkh-V4RNgGJyGcT9GH65z7uYpf_-XuR_ReA at mail.gmail.com>
, Tim Durack writes:
> For the record:
> I'm not on the NANOG lists and I don't see how I can respond to this thread:
> but I figured I'd let you know that:
> is now available for testing. Perhaps it will be some use.
> On Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 2:29 PM, Tim Durack <tdurack at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Anyone know of a reliable public DNS64 service?
> > Would be cool if Google added a Public DNS64 service, then I could point
> > the NAT64 prefix at appropriately placed boxes in my network.
> > Why? Other people are better than me at running DNS resolvers :-)
> > --
> > Tim:>
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