RDNS for the point to point (1f06) /64 is not delegated to the users. These entries are maintained by the Tunnel Broker Platform for management reasons.
The 1f07 /64 is delegated to you and routed to the ::2 side of your 1f06/64.
The 1F06 /64 is the rough equivilant of a /30 in IPv4 for defining a point to point connection. (We used to use /127's, there are even some who still have /127's for PTP's)
Depending on your OS setting up an IP from the routed /64 on your tunnel endpoint and getting routing working is most likely trivial. (And a 1F07 /64 would have reverse delegated to whoever you setup which would solve your problem).
i have a somewhat related question...
my Subnet(routed/64) is ****:***:1f07:***::/64
while my ip is ****:***:1f06:***::2/64 (with the *** being the same characters in both)
Is it supposed to be one number off???
I am able to access the tunnel from my Ubuntu machine. I can log in to ipv6.freenode.net IRC and see either the full ipv6 Ip or the imcensored.......he.net name.
I am using freedns.afraid.org for the rDNS. if i add the subnet with the "1f07", it doesn't let me modify any of the first four "octets?" when i try to set the IP. If i use the "1f06", i can set the IP, but i get a "BROKEN" error. http://dark-code.bulix.org/hxtuym-66611?raw
(output in a paste-bin).
I'm lost at this point. Which end did i screw up on? Over here or over there at freedns?
This is what i am trying to do....
I own the domain "speedlinemotorsports.org" ... i have pointed the subdomain "z.speedlinemotorsports.org" to my Ubuntu box (IPv4), as soon as either xname.org comes back up, or if i find another DNS that supports IPv6, i will be pointing it to the IPv6 address as well. So i'd like the rDNS to be z.speedlinemotorsports.org.