Previously I did a post on how to have some Fun With IPv6 Words, and how to generate an IPv6 word list, but one request I keep getting is for a smaller list of just the funny IPv6 words.
I always find it amazing how little so many people in IT actually know about DNS. Well, today I’m going to give you a brief overview of the basics of DNS, the Domain Name System. We’ll call this, an “Intro to DNS!”
If you have spent any time with IPv6 addresses, you may have realized that there are many different words that you can spell within an IPv6 address. So, let’s take a look at all the different IPv6 words we can spell!
So, you want to access IPv6 websites, but your ISP does not provide native IPv6 access? Well, here are some instructions for setting up a 6in4 IPv6 tunnel with Hurricane Electric!
I’ve been using radvd for a while now to hand out IPv6 addresses to all the different devices in my Dogghouse, and I thought that it would be nice to have a working dynamic DNS setup for IPv6, in the same way as I have DDNS for IPv4.
The last available IPv4 addresses have been allocated, which means we all need to start learning about and using IPv6! IP addresses are a set of numbers that uniquely identify a host on the internet. IPv4 addresses are composed of four separate 8-bit numbers (for a total of 32 bits), from 0-255, written as 184.108.40.206. […]