Experience with ipv6 for Gmail and Comcast

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  1. phobosroot

    phobosroot New Member

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    - Does anyone have a prior experience with managing and delivering over a large ipv6 block for Gmail or Comcast?

    - Does PTR record really matter and how does one go on about managing it on such a large scale?

    Thanks!
     
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    dea4cim Banned

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    We are using IPv6 on few of our server for gmail specially. It works fine however, after someday google blocked . But no worries. We have /64 block of IPv6 on each server.

    PTR for IPv6 is important like IPv4.

    Important thing is that IPv6 deliver higher inbox to gmail than IPv4.
     
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    Many thanks for your reply. I understand you work on a large scale, so how do you go on about managing PTR?
     

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