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Block an IPv6 Address where only whitelisting is available

Its probably doable, but it would probably require about 64 whitelist rules to block a certain address. So before you are going there, I would ask myself if there is a better way to do it, for example ...
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Specifying an IPv6 MX record via djbdns or djbdns-fefe?

I have to undo this as an Answer, because after running with this for a few days, I see that it doesn't work the way I was hoping. The auto-generated afxr bind9 output has a few limitations, and many ...
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Is running a mailserver with ipv6 address as the primary static ip possible?

Yes, its possible to run a mail server on an IPv6 address. You use my IPv6 address to run a mail server but as many mail servers such as Outlook do not support IPv6 yet and if you have to receive ...
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Is it possible to auto config IPv6 address on Debian interface

Adding iface eth0 inet6 static netmask 64 up /sbin/ifconfig eth0 inet6 add 2604:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx/64 works now.
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IPv6 - Are the last 16 bits of the network ID always reserved for subnetting?

This is a recommended setup - nothing prevents you from subnetting /64 further, but SLAAC will not work and you'll need to stick to DHCPv6 or static address assignment. The same holds for /48 and /56 ...
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IPv6: using a link mtu greater than the mtu of the default route

I think the MTU should be that of the link, nothing else. Assuming / optimizing for lower MTU beyond your local link is premature optimization IMO. In fact, you are hurting all local connections for ...
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