communication between IPv6 and IPv4 networks. For IPv6-enabled deployments, you
must set up NAT64 so that supervisors on an IPv6 network can access Unified CCE
Administration web tools on an IPv4 network.
To meet the requirement that Unified CCE Administration
be accessed by FQDN, a Forward lookup AAAA record for the AW must be created in
The steps in this
procedure are for a Windows DNS server.
Administrative Tools > DNS. This opens the DNS
In the Forward
lookup zone, navigate to your deployment's domain name.
the domain name and select
Host (A or AAAA).
In the New
Host dialog box, enter the computer name and IP address of the AW. Click
Translation of IPv4 Address for DNS Entry
You can determine
the IPv6 address needed for the AAAA DNS record by running a ping command on
any Windows machine using mixed notation. Type “ping -6” followed by your IPv6
Nat64 Prefix, two colons, and then the IPv4 address.
In the ping
response, the IPv4 address is converted to the hexadecimal equivalent.
Use this address in your static AAAA record.
can be used in place of static DNS entries. Use of DNS64 helps facilitate
translation between IPv6 and IPv4 networks by synthesizing AAAA resource
records from A resource records.