On Apr 11, 2018, at 3:32 PM, Rick Tillery <rtilleryw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll give those tools a try, but I don't understand how my client is 
> requesting an A record. It only has IPv6 networking. DNS64 should be 
> requesting an A record, but that the client should see is the converted AAAA 
> record. Is that not right?

Nope-- DNS requests aren't going to convert an A record to a AAAA record.

Normally, IPv6 only machines should request IPv6 AAAA records by preference, 
and fall back to IPv4 A records only when IPv6 isn't available.  However, your 
IPv6-only machine will route IPv4 traffic using 6-in-4 or NAT64 addressing, 
otherwise you'd get broken connectivity to IPv4-only addresses.


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