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For security reasons (see also: DNS Amplification Attacks), many public DNS servers today ignore requests for "ALL".


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Basically, you use an A record to provide an IPv4 address for a host name, and a AAAA record to provide an IPv6 address. The client queries whichever it's interested in. For a dual-stack host you need to add both records to make use of both stacks.


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