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Started by snarked, March 22, 2008, 05:59:03 PM
Quote from: snarked on March 22, 2008, 05:59:03 PMIf you're on a dynamically assigned IPv4, shouldn't you be using a "6to4" address (2002::/16) for IPv6? You may dynamically update your AAAA records in DNS for your domain instead (of a tunnel endpoint). In other words, what exactly is the point of having a fixed IPv6 allocation when your IPv4 varies? You're not a server and/or probably aren't supposed to be running them per your IPv4 ISP - else you'd have a fixed IPv4 allocation which makes the question moot.
Quote... also you don't get reverse dns with 6to4 ...
Quote from: snarked on March 24, 2008, 01:39:51 PM6to4.nro.net loads slowly - and I believe the bottleneck is its .css stylesheets.
Quote from: snarked on March 24, 2008, 01:39:51 PMAlso note that if you use the service for dynamic allocations, you may leave an artifact that you can't delete when your IPv4 changes if you're not careful. Removal will need an email/password combination as it can't come in via the IPv6 subnet as "method=direct", which should be set when one registers the subnet in the first place. Forgetting to remove it could cause you additional DNS traffic when the next people use that dynamic assignment and don't redirect it to themselves, as well as cause confusion.