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   Shall I use IPv6 support / How can I use it?  
  

Alantron is one of the first registrars who completed its preperations towards the new generation IPv6 addressing scheme. Today IPv6 addressing scheme is less
popular when comparing with IPv4 addressing scheme and is not mandatory to use it to make your domain work. You can kreate AAAA RRs at Alantron nameservers in
two easy steps. It is possible to enter the IPv6 RRs at the href="https://www.alantron.com/english/account-administration/login.do?d=domain-account-administration">Customize Name Servers section of the Account
Administration panel.

 
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