In need of an IPv6 DNS server

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  1. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

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    Is there an IPv6 DNS server for public use? It seems opendns doesn't provide this kind of service at the moment.

    Any information would be appreciated! Thanks!
     
  2. doktornotor

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    Well, what exactly you mean here? IPv6 like, resolve AAAA records? Or, IPv6 as in DNS for IPv6-only clients? Google does the first, anyway just setting up your own recursive NS would be the safest bet here. BIND for Windows.
     
  3. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

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    Actually I'm not sure what I'm doing. Maybe ipv6 reverse proxy related...
     
  4. doktornotor

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    Well, once you've made sure what you are doing, we could continue to find a solution. :D

    IPv6 reverse proxy sounds kinda unrelated to DNS. You mean IPv6 reverse DNS records (ip6.arpa)? Or 6to4 tunnel? Or... ? o_O
     
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  6. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

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    Thank you guys.

    I posted my problem here:
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=270273

    I followed the instruction here:http://twitbrowser.net/blog/fq/2010/04/15/644

    According to the instruction,I can add a blocked site in the hosts file like this:

    2607:fcd0:1337:4b::2 www.blockedsite1.com
    2607:fcd0:1337:4b::2 www.blockedsite2.com
    2607:fcd0:1337:4b::2 www.blockedsite3.com
    .......

    But I have problems with sites I added myself from time to time. I think "2607:fcd0:1337:4b::2"
    is a kind of a dns server. o_O

    So I want to find a stable one to replace it. I'm probably wrong here...

    Time for bed. Will do some research tomorrow. :doubt:
     
  7. doktornotor

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    Well, if your ISP blocks (and probably tracks usage of) something on DNS server level, I'd once again strongly recommend running your own DNS server.
     
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