When visiting https://dynv6.com I often get Server Errors (500) with the message
We’re sorry, but something went wrong.
If you are the application owner check the logs for more information.
When using the update api via HTTP get request I sometimes get
invalid authentication token and sometimes it works. This is with the same
Yesterday I rebooted and later reconnected my router. Only the IPv4 address changed during both reconnects, my IPv6 prefix did not. The DNS record for the IPv4 address was changed via the GET api, which I verified via the web interface. Now the strange part:
- If I query some DNS servers outside (188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206) for the A record I sometimes get the old address and sometimes the new address. That could be propagation but
- When querying the SOA
ns1.dynv6.netfor the A record I still get the old IP address.
My query is usually
dig -t SOA raumzeitfalter.dynv6.net dig -t A @server raumzeitfalter.dynv6.net
where server is replaced with the SOA or one of the multiple DNS servers I have tried.