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IPv6 Host Record in 2008 r2 Disappearing

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Hey Guys,

Im not too familiar with IPV6, but everytime I add a AAAA record in DNS Manager, Forward Lookup Zones & within a few minutes it disappears.

The reason why I am adding a ip6 host record is that it resolves the slow login issue for Macs authenticating to Active Directory. (http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4041)

Im running Server 2008 R2, I haven't configured a IP6 static address on the server, it is currently set to obtain....

I have created the Reverse Lookup Zone, AAAA record which also creates a PTR.

Help is much appreciated.
Edited by Mg1990 - 10/7/11 at 5:21pm
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First question - why does your server not have a static address?
    
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Ip4 is static
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ipv6 should be static as well.
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What's recommended ? Should I use the IPv4 address (convert it to IPv6) ?
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You should use both. Not all of your devices will be able to connect using ipv6, but everything can use ipv4. By setting both to static, the devices that can connect using ipv6 will, while everything else will use ipv4.
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I have set ipv6 to static, still no luck..
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