Totd is a small DNS proxy nameserver that supports IPv6-only hosts/networks that communicate with the IPv4 world using some translation mechanism, which often uses fake or fabricated addresses that don't exist in DNS. The program fixes this problem by translating DNS queries and responses for the faked addresses, constructing fake addresses based on a configured IPv6 translator prefix and the records it finds in DNS.
released on 18 February 2014
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