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DNS delegation for a IPv6 prefix

Posted on 2004-08-22
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hello
I’m using IPv6 in my Windows XP and I have a Linux Fedora Server that
Is where I host my website "example.com" and I want to connect to IRC
From my WinXP machine with the host "test.example.com" that resolves
To my IP Address. I found some similar help from this website
http://www.freenet6.net/reverse-dns.shtml but I hardly understand, if
Someone can give me some easier examples it will be perfect.
thanks
-xtry
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but. you have the dns examples in here. what you dont understand?

in here you have a better example to configure.

http://www.visc.vt.edu/ipv6/doc/dns.html

step by step

http://www.isi.edu/~bmanning/v6DNS.html

and the gold medal of examples

http://patrick.wagstrom.net/old/weblog/archives/000127.html


if you have any dudes after read this please contact again.

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i think you rev zone need this.  change domain and addresses. :)

$TTL 1H
@               IN      SOA     example.net.uy.  pablo.example.net. (
                                                100013117
                                                3H      ; refresh
                                                15M     ; retry
                                                1W      ; expiry
                                                1D )    ; minimum
                IN      NS              lacnic.net.uy.
;
;       Subnet 3ffe:801:1000::/64
;
$ORIGIN 2002:14ff:ffff::/64
2002:14ff:ffff::1               IN      PTR             example.net.uy.
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