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Making Apple’s OS X DNS Server Work with IPv6

Andrew von Nagy of Revolution Wi-Fi comments:

Just a short post to help others out should they be relying on Apple OS X Server for DNS name resolution in their network. If you happen to also be running IPv6 in your network (and at this point WHY wouldn’t you be… seriously!) then you will notice that the OS X server won’t respond to DNS queries on any of it’s IPv6 interface addresses.

Great article from Andrew about “fixing” the DNS service on Apple servers to support IPv6 correctly.

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