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IPv6 Certification Program Topics => General Discussion => Topic started by: n00dles on November 20, 2010, 09:35:57 AM

Title: YAGuruPost
Post by: n00dles on November 20, 2010, 09:35:57 AM
Hello all, really enjoying the cert helping to tidy up elements of our deployment :)

Altho I'm having issues with the Guru 3rd test, I wonder if someone could see any issues?

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n00dles@atsuko:~ > ./dig.sh                                                                         
Testing auth1.dns.keme.net.:
v6 of name server: 2001:40a0:53::1:10
v6 of nix-jutsu.net: 2001:40a0:dead:3::2
Done

Testing auth2.dns.keme.net.:
v6 of name server: 2001:40a0:53::1:20
v6 of nix-jutsu.net: 2001:40a0:dead:3::2
Done
Title: Re: YAGuruPost
Post by: cholzhauer on November 20, 2010, 11:32:05 AM
Which domain?

keme.net does not have an AAAA record
Title: Re: YAGuruPost
Post by: n00dles on November 20, 2010, 12:30:38 PM
I should have posted the digs rather than the script output, so sorry for that.

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n00dles@atsuko:~ > dig NS nix-jutsu.net +short
auth1.dns.keme.net.
auth2.dns.keme.net.
n00dles@atsuko:~ > dig AAAA auth1.dns.keme.net. +short
2001:40a0:53::1:10
n00dles@atsuko:~ > dig AAAA auth2.dns.keme.net. +short
2001:40a0:53::1:20
n00dles@atsuko:~ > dig AAAA nix-jutsu.net @2001:40a0:53::1:10 +short
2001:40a0:dead:3::2
n00dles@atsuko:~ > dig AAAA nix-jutsu.net @2001:40a0:53::1:20 +short
2001:40a0:dead:3::2

I take it the code for the cert does something similar, I'm aware of the lack of glue, in the process of beating registrars.

Thanks

Title: Re: YAGuruPost
Post by: cholzhauer on November 21, 2010, 07:09:24 AM
ns2.he.net doesn't seem to know anything about your domain, but 2001:470:20::2 does.

I don't know which server they run the tests against, but I've seen in the past where HE has to kick one of the servers so things start working again.
Title: Re: YAGuruPost
Post by: n00dles on November 21, 2010, 09:06:48 AM
ns2.he.net doesn't seem to know anything about your domain, but 2001:470:20::2 does.

I don't know which server they run the tests against, but I've seen in the past where HE has to kick one of the servers so things start working again.

Any idea how I go about that?
Title: Re: YAGuruPost
Post by: cholzhauer on November 21, 2010, 09:23:16 AM
You would need to email ipv6@he.net
Title: Re: YAGuruPost
Post by: n00dles on November 21, 2010, 10:26:21 AM
All sorted, thanks for your help.