I support this change.
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note: i'm sorry chaz6, i think i'm not connected to what you've said before.i thought you've had trouble with ipv6 glue record things.i've read again your post.you have problem with your registrar for not supporting ipv6 glue.that's my problem too untill now , i'm asking their technical support and got clueless answer hehehe...well, as long as there's workarround, it doesn't realy matter for me
why did you use v6ns.org when your registrar is suporting for ipv6 glue directly?
The reason why the registry is not accepting your DNS is because the registry PIR does not have your
glue records registered:
dig @TLD3.ULTRADNS.org.ns2.chaz6.v6ns.org A
dig: couldn't get address for 'TLD3.ULTRADNS.org.ns2.chaz6.v6ns.org': not found
You will therefore first need to assure that you have administratively declared your host at the
registry level, and then, once it has glue records, you will be able to apply it to your domain name