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If you are new to IPv6 and want to get involved with this technology, you first need to find a ipv6 tunnel broker, which will allow you to connect to the IPv6 network over standard IPv4 protocol. Do a search for "ipv6 tunnel broker" in your favorite search engine and you should find several resources that will enable you to link up to this ever growing network for free.

Reverse IPv6 hosting allows you to modify and maintain your reverse DNS records for your reverse IPv6 subnet. It is not for single IPv6 IPs, but rather the subnet which will get assigned to you.

In order for this to work, you must have DNS authority for your IPv6 subnet delegated to:

ns1.afraid.org.
ns2.afraid.org.
ns3.afraid.org.
ns4.afraid.org.

You should be able to do this at the place of acquiring your IPv6 address space.

IPv6 subnets added to freedns.afraid.org which are not properly delegated will be removed after 14 days.


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