Forwarding traffic: quitting NAT



  • I'm setting up my external DNS zones just now, normally since it's the external zones I just wildcard everything to my domain(s) and I'm done, don't have to think about the actual hosts, ports, organization, nothing; I set them up--if not already--on the edge since this would need NAT and reverse-proxying anyway.

    With IPv6 there's none of that, so, can I still wildcard stuff in or will I have from now on do it "properly" and map every host from outside as well? Can request be forwarded without translating them? Would that be proxying? I'm really blanking right now. ♾

    Is it still best practice to use slit-horizon DNS on v6? Whatever you can teach me would be great. Thanks! :)


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