AAAA record for nginx.org?

Hi there,

I recently had cause to (try to) install Nginx from the Debian
repositories hosted at http://nginx.org (i.e.,
http://nginx.org/packages/mainline/debian/dists/wheezy/ ) on a set of
machines which have IPv6-only connectivity. This fails because nginx.org
lacks any AAAA records.

Is there any chance of getting IPv6 connectivity set up for this mirror,
or are there any IPv6-enabled mirrors we could use? If you’re looking
for mirrors (I couldn’t find any information on a mirroring programme,
mind) then Bytemark would be happy to get involved - we run an
IPv6-capable mirror at http://mirror.bytemark.co.uk/

Regards,

Nick T.
Bytemark Hosting

On 24 Mar 2014, at 20:31, Nick T. [email protected] wrote:

Hi there,

I recently had cause to (try to) install Nginx from the Debian
repositories hosted at http://nginx.org (i.e.,
http://nginx.org/packages/mainline/debian/dists/wheezy/ ) on a set of
machines which have IPv6-only connectivity. This fails because nginx.org
lacks any AAAA records.

Unfortunately our current provider doesnt provide ipv6 connectivity.

Is there any chance of getting IPv6 connectivity set up for this mirror,
or are there any IPv6-enabled mirrors we could use? If you’re looking
for mirrors (I couldn’t find any information on a mirroring programme,
mind) then Bytemark would be happy to get involved - we run an
IPv6-capable mirror at http://mirror.bytemark.co.uk/

No, we have not mirrors and at least currently have no problems with
traffic or/and capacity, thank you.

Hi,

On 25/03/14 11:33, Sergey B. wrote:

Unfortunately our current provider doesnt provide ipv6 connectivity.

Is there any chance of getting IPv6 connectivity set up for this mirror,
or are there any IPv6-enabled mirrors we could use? If you’re looking
for mirrors (I couldn’t find any information on a mirroring programme,
mind) then Bytemark would be happy to get involved - we run an
IPv6-capable mirror at http://mirror.bytemark.co.uk/

No, we have not mirrors and at least currently have no problems with traffic
or/and capacity, thank you.

No problem - IPv6-only machines are something of a rarity, at least for
now :). I’ll see what else I can do.

/Nick

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