You need to add each IPv6 address, and after that, you can set up the rDNS from the Reverse DNS function from the left menu of your Cloud Panel (https://cloud.virtono.com:4083)
I will set up the first rDNS for you and I will guide step by step in order to teach you how to set up the rDNS by yourself. You will have to follow the text and the screenshots below so you can understand every step better.

I will give you an example:

example.com, 2a0e:1d80:12:012b:0000:0000:0000:0001

On steps 1,2,3,4,5 and 6, you are assigning the unique IPv6 address to your server.
The first 4 boxes represent the subnet: 2a0e:1d80:12:012b and you will have to add in the last 4 boxes the rest of your unique IP address: 0000:0000:0000:0001

After you assigned that unique IP address to your server, you have to follow steps 7,8,9,10 in order to assign an rDNS record to the IP address you have just created.

Step 9: You have to select the IP address that you created: 2a0e:1d80:12:012b:0000:0000:0000:0001
Step 10: You have to write down the domain that you want to be assigned to that IPv6 address,

this domain: example.com

Press “Add Reverse DNS”

Now your domain is pointing to the IPv6 address that you set.

The final step of the configuration is to “Restart” the server so the changes would take effect.
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