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 61 
 on: April 20, 2019, 12:22:36 AM 
Started by snarked - Last post by snarked
Thatís what I thought, but I was hoping for an official announcement or response....

 62 
 on: April 19, 2019, 02:41:55 PM 
Started by snarked - Last post by mhoran
I reached out to support and was told to delete and recreate the zone. That did it for me, once I realized I had to restart (not just reload) nsd.

 63 
 on: April 19, 2019, 01:17:59 PM 
Started by Oxford - Last post by Oxford
I don't see a screenshot and I've never heard of that error before...what were you doing when you did it?

Your domain doesn't list any AAAA records.

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Name:    memphisleaders.com
Address:  108.168.157.70

Hi cholzhauer

thank you for replying.

I was trying to add an AAAA record in godaddy (where I purchased my domain), so I would be able to move forward with the test.

 64 
 on: April 19, 2019, 09:56:45 AM 
Started by Oxford - Last post by cholzhauer
I don't see a screenshot and I've never heard of that error before...what were you doing when you did it?

Your domain doesn't list any AAAA records.

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Name:    memphisleaders.com
Address:  108.168.157.70

 65 
 on: April 19, 2019, 09:26:50 AM 
Started by Oxford - Last post by Oxford
Hello Everyone,

I am stuck on an ethusiast level. Edit- I tried attaching a screenshot of where I am stuck, the forum said 'it did not pass security 'contact system administrator'


My error says no AAAA record found. my link is memphisleaders.com

I am running Mac OS High Sierra. Mid 2012 Macbook pro.

Any help or guidance on this issue is welcomed.

Thank you,
Best,

 66 
 on: April 19, 2019, 09:21:10 AM 
Started by czar1560 - Last post by Oxford
I have the same issue as mentioned above. I am also stuck on enthusiast level trying to get to the next phase. Also I am new to this, if its better to make a new thread/post I will.

Thank you,

 67 
 on: April 19, 2019, 04:43:20 AM 
Started by czar1560 - Last post by cholzhauer
Uh...I don't know, you haven't given any details of what you're trying to do.  You're best to start your own thread instead of hijacking one that's four years old and provide the relevant details.

 68 
 on: April 19, 2019, 04:39:05 AM 
Started by lateinautumn - Last post by cholzhauer
Gmail has IPv6 records, so if you used their business edition with your domain you *should* be OK.  You could also get a server from someplace like Vultr for $3.50 a month and run you own, along with the webserver, if needed.

If you went IPv6 only, your problem would be that you'd be unable to receive email from IPv4 only domains, and as you've mentioned, most of them are IPv4 only.  If you're only using your domain for this test, that's not a big deal.  If you're using your domain for more important things, it's probably a bigger deal.

 69 
 on: April 19, 2019, 01:26:19 AM 
Started by lateinautumn - Last post by lateinautumn
Hello,

I am going through the HE.net IPv6 Certification progcess, and am stuck with an IPv6-capable email service. Currently my email service is provided by Microsoft's Exchange Online, and their IPv6 inbound needed to be opted-in manually. I contacted the support team, and was told that opt-in IPv6 inbound would break a domain's capability to receive emails over IPv4 (so no dual-stack).

I have two questions regarding this:
- Are there any dual-stack options available? From my limited Googling it seems that dual-stack options are pretty limited and messy and I probably have to set up a inbound relay by myself, as described in https://engineering.linkedin.com/email/sending-and-receiving-emails-over-ipv6.
- If I cannot easily get dual-stack email working, how much impact I would be expecting from using just IPv6?

Sincerely

 70 
 on: April 18, 2019, 03:38:15 PM 
Started by czar1560 - Last post by Oxford
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$ host max-ithulp.com
$

You don't have any addresses assigned at all.

You need to use the IPv6 address of your webserver.

I tried to add an AAAA record with godaddy.com but it gave me an error saying my website host IP address was not IPv6 valid.

Should I just spin up my own webserver then?

any help is appreciated, thanks.

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