My domain transfer from Dotster to Gandi completed today, giving me the ability to add IPv6 glue records for my nameservers. With that in place, end-to-end IPv6 is now possible for my colo services:

; <<>> DiG 9.7.1-P2 <<>> +trace +additional -6 -t AAAA @2001:470:1f05:22e::1
;; global options: +cmd
.			49755	IN	NS	53372	IN	AAAA	2001:503:ba3e::2:30
;; Received 508 bytes from 2001:470:1f05:22e::1#53(2001:470:1f05:22e::1) in 2 ms

com.			172800	IN	NS	172800	IN	AAAA	2001:503:a83e::2:30
;; Received 501 bytes from 2001:503:ba3e::2:30#53( in 49 ms		172800	IN	NS	172800	IN	AAAA	2607:f740:0:d::2
;; Received 159 bytes from 2001:503:a83e::2:30#53( in 54 ms		3600	IN	AAAA	2607:f740:0:d::2		3600	IN	NS	3600	IN	AAAA	2607:f740:0:d::2
;; Received 187 bytes from 2607:f740:0:d::2#53( in 66 ms

(Records unrelated to the trace have been omitted for readability.)

It also gave me the ability to complete Hurricane Electric’s IPv6 certification:

IPv6 Certification Badge for rfinnie</img>

Also, last week I found out that my work office’s ISP has native IPv6 connectivity, and they set us up with an allocation this week, a /64 for the border VLAN between our networks and a /48 routed to our router/firewall. It’s up and running, though the only internal address I’ve set up so far is my workstation.

Future. Here.