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Impossible delete IPV6

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    Hey there!  The most likely place for these would be in a unique zone file in /var/named/nameserver-name.db or inside the zone that controls the nameserver.  For example, if you have ns1.domain.com you would look inside /var/named/domain.com.db

    Please be cautious when manually editing files directly on the server, as you also have to update the serial number every time you manually edit a DNS zone.

    If you find the zone file you want to change you can make the edits through WHM >> DNS Zone Manager

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  • Daniele Della

    Thank you very much, but the situation has not been resolved.

    I'll try to explain myself better if I enter "Basic WebHost Manager® Setup" and then at the bottom I go to "Nameservers" (where I have the nameservers with my domain name), when I click on "configure address records" if I try to delete or even just to change the value set in the IPV6 address, after saving the address that was there before returns again.

    This in an infinite loop.

    I can't help it.

    I would like to be able to activate cPanel support directly but I bought the license through OVH.

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    Right, that's expected behavior.  As long as the IP address exists *somewhere* as a nameserver on the system, it will show up in that page.  If you manually tracked down and removed it from the DNS zones, it would stop showing up (or at least it should if things are working well).

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  • Daniele Della

    First of all, thanks again.

    I removed all AAAA records for each DNS zone.

    Despite this, the error reported above persists, that value is blocked, it cannot be modified or deleted.

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    That's odd - it would be best to reach out to OVH about the issue so they can check the server.

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