Public DNS64

Mark Andrews writes:

> > For a public DNS64 service you also need a public NAT64.
> Not necessarily. If the public DNS64 server is using the well-known
> prefix 64:ff9b::/96 (from RFC6052), then all an eyeball network needs to
> do is route that /96 toward their own NAT64 environment.
> Jima

I can see a transfer request being made to TEXAS-WESLEYAN-UNIVERSITY

May be no. You need a memerable IPv6 addresses.

This all said named supports dns64 in all currently supported versions.


  options {
    dns64 64:ff9b::/96 { };