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How do providers plan to deal with rDNS for client /64 IPv6 blocks when assigned?

The standard block assigned to a home will be a /64 block to enable autoconfigure. This means the traditional reverse DNS mapping of host-237.miami.ispname.com is not only practical, it's improbable ...
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IPv6 reverse not resolving for Linux shell “last” and “who”

IPv6 is properly resolving in DNS: > host 2607:fa18:0:2::17 7.1.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.2.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.8.1.a.f.7.0.6.2.ip6.arpa \ domain name pointer sine.xmission.com. However, the ...
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2answers
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Assigning multiple IPv6 addresses on a Server

Let me uncover my intent. My host provides hundreds of IPV6 addresses free, but charge for an IPV4 address. I have several sites under one server and I was wondering if I can give each site/domain ...
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1answer
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Reverse DNS not resolving for IPv6 addresses in BIND

Reverse DNS entries for IPv6 addresses are not working. Everything I've read on the subject says the following configuration should work: In named.conf: zone ...
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How do I configure reverse DNS for a 6to4 site?

I'm using 6to4. How do I configure reverse DNS for my site? It's a Linux server, I'm using freedns.afraid.org and am not running bind.