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Re: Apple Airport Extreme IPv6 problems?
- From: Martin Hannigan
- Date: Sat Sep 15 15:25:27 2007
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On 9/15/07, Barrett Lyon <blyon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
[ snip ]
> We removed AAAA on our production hosts shortly after we deployed it,
> our global v6 deployment goes production next week, at which time I
> may re-add the AAAA to limited production. If we do this, I publish
> a report of the stats once I have more accurate figures.
How did you do the naming? Matching AAAA or unique?
I have no idea what to expect over time with behavior on matching AAAA
and A since I have no idea what to expect with v6 since we don't
really have any standard deployment plans or even de-facto standards
in place to move forward. Is there any de-facto or otherwise standard
around host schemes for dual stack?