With the deployment of a new nameserver at DigitalOcean NYC3 yesterday (to replace one at NYC2, which doesn’t have IPv6), I have hit a fairly significant personal milestone – All of my public facing services are now fully IPv6 enabled.
- Various http/https websites running nginx and Apache
- Some of which are anycasted
- Mail services
- SMTP (postfix)
- IMAPS (dovecot)
- POP3S (dovecot)
- Recursive DNS
- System services like SSH, FTP
- SSL VPN which gives out IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
- Cisco ASA running Cisco ASA 9.1(3)
- Nagios monitoring
- 2 dual-stack instances
I enjoy the output from check-soa now for my zones:
In addition, I have native IPv6 access at home. There is also a local Hurricane Electric tunnel server in Winnipeg now, and also a local Hurricane anycast DNS resolver.