Skip to Content [alt-c]


In reply to IPv6 Broken, Buggy DNS to Blame

Reader Thomas on 2014-11-28 at 15:34:


thanks for this. I realized a few months back a slightly reverse problem. My domain was for ages available via IPv6, back then (and still) I decided to also make it available via a IPv6 NS - and an IPv6 GLUE record. And interestingly when I had an IPv6 GLUE record the Google NS wasn't able to resolve it anymore. I saw requests coming in... it was properly responded, but at the client nothing was returned.

Funny enough, I just tried it and it seems to be working now... *g



PS: Keep up the good work, nice blog, great SSLMate... can't wait to have a look at that configuration management to be released.


Post a Reply

Your comment will be public. To contact me privately, email me. Please keep your comment polite, on-topic, and comprehensible. Your comment may be held for moderation before being published.

(Optional; will be published)

(Optional; will not be published)

(Optional; will be published)

  • Blank lines separate paragraphs.
  • Lines starting with > are indented as block quotes.
  • Lines starting with two spaces are reproduced verbatim (good for code).
  • Text surrounded by *asterisks* is italicized.
  • Text surrounded by `back ticks` is monospaced.
  • URLs are turned into links.
  • Use the Preview button to check your formatting.