Solved IPv6 issue
AartJansen last edited by girish
Its not really a big concern, happy to leave it disabled. But when I enable it, and it detects its address, which looks accurate to me... Then I can go to my domains DNS records and add the ipV6 address as a @ TXT record. However (and this may be a domain host issue) I cannot add a * as a wildcard TXT record.
@AartJansen said in IPv6 issue:
and add the ipV6 address as a @ TXT record. However (and this may be a domain host issue) I cannot add a * as a wildcard TXT record.
IPv6 is not a TXT record. It is an "AAAA" record.
Also, If you use programmatic DNS, then you can just go to Domains -> Sync DNS (after enabling IPv6). It will setup the DNS entries automatically.
AartJansen last edited by
@girish Yes sorry thats what I meant a AAAA record with a * (for wildcard) my current domain host wont allow me to create that.
My domain host is onlydomains.com
@AartJansen Ah ok, looks like a limitation of the domain host. You can also just create entries for each (sub)domain you use. If you have an app at
foo.domain.com, create an AAAA record for that subdomain. Repeat for every app.
You should also switch to "manual" instead of "wildcard" DNS provider for this. It will remind you to setup A/AAAA records manually when you install an app.