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DNS and BIND on IPv6

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DNS and BIND on IPv6, 9781449305192 (1449305199), O'Reilly, 2011

I’m sorry for writing this ebook.

Well, that’s not quite accurate. What I mean is, I’m sorry I didn’t have time to update DNS and BIND to include all this new IPv6 material. DNS and BIND deserves a sixth edition, but I’m afraid my schedule is so hectic right now that I just don’t have time to write it. Heck, I’m on a flight from Boston to Tampa as I write this. (Long flights are great for writing prefaces, not so great for writing books about Internet technologies. Though in-flight Internet access does help.)

This book is essentially all the material related to IPv6 that I would have included in the sixth edition of DNS and BIND (and will, once I get to it). It covers how DNS was extended to accommodate IPv6 addresses, both for forward-mapping and reversemapping. It describes how to configure a BIND name server to run on an IPv6 network and how to troubleshoot problems with IPv6 forward- and reverse-mapping. It even covers DNS64, a DNS-based transition technology that, together with a companion technology called NAT64, can help islands of IPv6-only speaking hosts communicate with IPv4 resources.

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