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Providers offering IPv6/rDNS

Providers offering IPv6/rDNS

emilvemilv Member
edited October 2012 in Providers

Hello, need a little help here. I'm looking for providers that offer VPS's with IPv6/rDNS. :)

If you know about some, please share.

Thank you.

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  • No problem here, solusvm PowerDNS solution for rDNS with IPv4/IPV6.

    fileMEDIA - German VPS @ https://www.filemedia.de - German dedi @ https://www.dedify.com

    • BuyVM
    • Prometeus
    • RamNode

    I don't know if Hostigation is also do it too :)

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  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited October 2012

    @ErawanArifNugroho said: Prometeus

    With Prometeus you need to raise a ticket for IPv6, IPv4 is working in Solus. M

    Nobody here.

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  • JackJack Member
    edited October 2012

    Inception-hosting [ @AnthonySmith ] and I do in NL :)

  • v6 RDNS on request in Austria.

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  • Thanks, Prometeus does not offer rDNS on IPv6 last time I checked.

  • http://www.QHoster.com we offer IPv6 and manual RDNS for IPv6 only in Germany.

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  • @emilv said: Thanks, Prometeus does not offer rDNS on IPv6 last time I checked.

    I don't know when you checked, but now it does, however, it is not automatic AFAIK, only IPv4 is. M

    Nobody here.

  • Oh I see. I checked July 24 2012 and it wasnt ready then. :P

  • WhoaWhoa Member
    edited October 2012

    @ErawanArifNugroho said: I don't know if Hostigation is also do it too :)

    They do indeed ! :)

    1. hostigatian
    2. frontrangehosting
  • Now that SolusVM finally implemented the rdns6 in their panel i guess most providers should be able to offer it.

  • Our US has IPv6 + rDNS Support coming this week

    UK in timeline in a few weeks.

    Will have to be manually though

  • rm_rm_ Member
    edited October 2012

    rDNS via ticket SUCKS, dear hosts please don't be lazy, either plug it into Solus or provide reverse zone delegation to the customer's NSes for their subnet. (and you do provide a subnet, right?)

    The only host I know that gives a subnet(/64) AND a reverse delegation for it, is Evorack. (edit: oh, and OVH for the Kimsufi dedi)

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  • @rm_ said: rDNS via ticket SUCKS, dear hosts please don't be lazy, either plug it into Solus or provide reverse zone delegation to the customer's NSes for their subnet. (and you do provide a subnet, right?)

    You need a /24 on IPv4 for delegation some providers who rent might get a /26 here , /27 there so don't actually have a FULL /24.

    Atleast that's what I think..

    Could be wrong.

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  • http://www.allsimple.net/linuxvirtualservers They give you a /112 with rDNS settings on the control panel.

  • @Jack said: You need a /24 on IPv4 for delegation some providers who rent might get a /26 here , /27 there so don't actually have a FULL /24.

    We talk about IPv6 here. Not v4.

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  • @William said: We talk about IPv6 here. Not v4.

    Oh yea.

  • rm_rm_ Member
    edited October 2012

    @Jack Well, as I said "rDNS via ticket sucks" (in general), and you have explained the reason why it isn't automated by so many providers on IPv4. So not entirely off-topic. :)

    P.S.: While we on the topic of 'sucking', what drives me insane is providers not removing your custom rDNS on cancellation of the service, so some random new customer gets an IP with the old rDNS still on it (how would you feel as that new customer? -- besides, what would they host on there with your rDNS, what if childporn/spam/gambling?), and you need to file ANOTHER ticket to remind the provider to remove that.

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  • FliphostFliphost Member
    edited October 2012

    Just waiting on the data center for ipv6 support

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  • @Maounique said: With Prometeus you need to raise a ticket for IPv6, IPv4 is working in Solus.

    On my OpenVZ Prometeus I can do it without ticket, for Xen and KVM a ticket is needed though.

    ProviderService -> ticket and only 1 IPv6

  • @emilv We can offer IPv6 + rDNS NOT via our custom control panel atm but via live chat or by opening at ticket, if you are interested in a VPS in Europe, Germany.

    We have scheduled that to be an option on our panel in November.

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  • Providers that set it for you or providers who'll delegate a subnet?

  • @rm_ said: rDNS via ticket SUCKS

    I hate doing rDNS via ticket and I wish there was a way around it but since we get our IPv6 from our DC we are at the mercy of their DNS control panel. Personally I don't understand why IPv6 is double the cost of IPv4. :(

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  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited October 2012

    @jhadley said: Providers that set it for you or providers who'll delegate a subnet?

    I think any, he just needs rDNS for IPv6, probably doesnt mind the method used.

    @KuJoe said: Personally I don't understand why IPv6 is double the cost of IPv4. :(

    OMG !!! You are charged DOUBLE for an IPv6 than one v4 ??? M

    Nobody here.

  • @jhadley said: Providers that set it for you or providers who'll delegate a subnet?

    We delegate /48s in Austria, with DNS, on request :)

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  • Ipv6 remember me when I transitioned to tcp/ip. It required a few iteration and deployments to find acceptable solutions both on the technical and management sides. In the next months everything not directly tied to the solusvm "limits " will be rationalized and some choice rethinked.

    Btw on every kvm vps we can route a /48 and delegate nameservers if required, but a registration on the ripe db will be required :-) File a ticket if interested.

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  • KuJoeKuJoe Member
    edited October 2012

    @Maounique said: OMG !!! You are charged DOUBLE for an IPv6 than one v4 ???

    The smallest allocation for IPv6 from ARIN is $2500/year, a /20 of IPv4 from ARIN is $1250/year. We can't justify the cost of getting our own IPv6 allocation when we can get it free from our data center, the downside is we need to use their DNS control panel for IPv6 rDNS which isn't a big deal. Most clients open a ticket and we'll add the rDNS record that same day.

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  • 6sync ^^

    one /64 per customer and rdns-support for v4 and v6 in biscuit (their control panel) :3

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  • BuyVM allow you to set your own rDNS yourself and they come with IPv6 IPs :)

  • LFCVPS give 10 ipv6 addresses w/ automated rdns through their custom coded interface in WHMCS

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  • @KuJoe said: Personally I don't understand why IPv6 is double the cost of IPv4. :(

    I'm guessing because you'll never need to buy more? Pure speculation here.

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  • @ErawanArifNugroho said: RamNode

    Yep, we do.

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  • LoomHosts does, 6 IPv6 addresses with rDNS (fire a support ticket).

  • as @JoeMerit mentioned, we (LFCVPS) have IPv6 w/ rdns -- you can request more addresses or your own subnet as well.

  • @Nick_A said: I'm guessing because you'll never need to buy more? Pure speculation here.

    That does make sense I guess.

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