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Re: ISP network design of non-authoritative caches
> Sorry to burst your reality distortion bubble Paul, but there are a very > large number of us who don't consider ICANN to be either representative of > our best interests, nor the ultimate authority on "the Internet". right. i've heard that. however, your actions don't support your words. otherwise you'd just start your own root zone with no NS RR's except those to your own TLD's, and you'd publish it to like-minded people, and you would not have a "fallback" domain that ends in .ORG, and you would not concern yourself with reachability by folks who follow the actual DNS specification and thus recognize only a single unique namespace. in other words, the fact that i am able to listen to your rants is proof that you do not believe what you're ranting about. if you want to prove me wrong, then it's simple. upgrade your system to IPv8 and exchange traffic only with those who have done likewise. of course, most of those people are only reachable by some other stargate, and jim for some reason numbered his stargate at "0" on the improbable assumption that that number isn't already in use somewhere else in IPv8-land.