Do you support IPv6 DNS entries or nameserver glue?
IP version 6 (“IPv6” for short) is a new standard format for IP addresses. In the future, the Internet will require support for IPv6 addresses.
Our Web hosting services support IPv6. For technically advanced customers, we also support IPv6 DNS entries (for accounts both with and without Web hosting service) in two ways.
If you use our DNS service, you can add your own “AAAA” records that point to IPv6 addresses. You can enter them in either the condensed form, like 2001:0db8::123, or the full form, like 2001:0db8:0:0:0:0:0:123.
IPv6 nameserver glue
Technically advanced users who create nameserver hosts can create IPv6 glue records for most domain names registered through our company, including all .com, .net, .org, .biz and .info domain names. Just separate them with spaces when you enter them.
For example, you can add a nameserver host like “ns.example.com” that includes both IPv4 glue (such as 192.0.2.34) and IPv6 glue (such as 2001:0db8::123) by simply entering 192.0.2.34 2001:0db8::123 as the nameserver host IP address.
(We don’t yet support IPv6 glue records entered in our control panel for .us and .uk domain names, due to restrictions at OpenSRS, the company we use to register those. It can done manually if you contact us, and we’ll forward the request to OpenSRS.)