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On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 10:29:11PM -0800, Robert G. Jakabosky wrote:
> On Thursday 10, Daniel Silverstone wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > As part of the push towards world-ipv6 day, Pepperfish (who host
> > and have been working on IPv6 support on their main server. 
> > We are now proxying HTTP requests through from IPv6 to our IPv4-only
> > webserver.  As such, if you're fully IPv6 enabled you can now access
> > and over IPv6 (and will by default for the most
> > part).
> worked over IPv6 for me (I am using an IPv6 tunnelbroker), but 
> and are still IPv4.  Maybe it is a DNS 
> caching issue.

We don't control the DNS for, and its maintainer insists
on having it without the www. as the canonical location.  This means it
can't be set to a CNAME, it must be an A record.  This in turn means
when Pepperfish make changes like this, the records related to must be manually updated by their maintainer, rather than
automagically updated by us.  This after all is why prefixes like www.
were invented :)