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Old 02-09-2011, 09:58 AM   #1
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Question Any idea on why ToTD(Trick or Treat Daemon) is not working?

I'm trying to create a IPv6 network and connect it to an IPv4 network
using NAT64.

My current set-up is I have a desktop with ubuntu 10.04 as the gateway,
2 laptops also with ubuntu 10.04 as the IPv6 and IPv4 hosts. I'm using
TAYGA as the NAT64 and ToTD as DNS64, bind9 as the DNS Server.

I have the the TAYGA, ToTD and bind9 on the desktop which also acts as
the gateway.

The eth0 addresses of the gateway are:

the totd.conf file is as follows:
forwarder 2001:db8:1::8 port 53
prefix 2001:db8:0:1:ffff::


when I use nslookup

This was the result of the test:
# nslookup

Server: 2001:db8:0:1::8
Address: 2001:db8:0:1::8#53


Can anyone help me with this? I think I should also get an equivalent
IPv6 address? am I correct?

Any help on the matter would be highly appreciated.



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