First - after upgrading to v60.1 on Ubuntu 22.04 all items are “green” on the “Status Checks” page. Yeah!
Here’s the line I have a question about, again all “green”:
“Nameserver glue records are correct at registrar. [ns1/ns2.box.XXXXXXX.org ↦ XX.XX.XX.XX]”
Note that there is no IPV6 listed. On my domain registrar, Hover.com, I have a glue record pointing to 1) the correct IPV4 server, noted in MIAB, and 2) a dedicated IPV6 address from an allocated block by Linode.
My publicly facing IPV6 address from Linode is an IPV6 SLAAC address different from the dedicated IP above. This is the IP that the MIAB upgrade process identified. Note I have also set the RDNS to this IPV6 address.
Do I need to focus on changing the glue record IPV6 address to the SLAAC address? Everything seems to be working fine, sending and receiving email, etc., and as I noted all checks are “green” on the status check page. I want to leave everything alone since it’s all working, but it bugs me to no end of what appears to be a misconfiguration. I will say I’m a novice with the gamut of IVP4 networking, and a complete ignoramus on IPV6.
Thanks for any feedback.