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Considerations on IPv6-only DNS

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors Linjian Song , Di Ma
Last updated 2015-01-23 (Latest revision 2014-07-22)
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Domain name system (DNS)is a key Internet infrastructure service connecting the IP layer and the identifier layer of Internet. This memo describe the behavior and inherent limitation of DNS in IPv4 and dual-stack environment. To ease the problem as well as bringing some incentive to turn off IPv4 as soon as possible, this memo is intended to introduce potential solutions to make some changes on DNS protocol and operation practice in the IPv6 only network.


Linjian Song
Di Ma

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