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Re: IPv6 resolvers?i



Thus spake Noah L. Meyerhans (noahm@debian.org):

> On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 03:33:39PM -0500, Robert L. Harris wrote:
> > I'm trying to get IPv6 running on 2 of my  systems.  One is Unstable,
> > the other is Stable.  On both of them I do a:
> > 
> > host (ip6 addr for a known machine) and I get nothing.
> > 
> > root@wally
> > {0}:/usr/share/doc/apache-common>host test-ip6.company.com
> > root@wally
> > {0}:/usr/share/doc/apache-common>
> 
> <snip>
> 
> > ;; QUESTION SECTION:
> > ;test-ip6.company.com.     IN      A
> 
> You're asking the wrong question.  A records don't point to IPv6
> addresses.
> 
> Try 'host -t aaaa test-ip6.company.com'.
> 

Ok, that resolves.  Now if I put:

hosts:  files dns

I can ping6 a machine on my local lan.  If I put dns first it doesn't
resolve properly.  


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