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Re: IPv6 reverse lookup - lame delegation?
[email protected] (Edward Lewis) writes: > ... > DNAME was kind of the "third record in." The change in it's "status" > pertained to the role it played in supporting bit sting labels - > which is why the "reverse tree" is mentioned in the deprecation. > Looking at the document now, the document ought to have read "the use > of DNAME RRs in the support of bit string labels is deprecated" - > based on my memory. I wasn't there, but that's what the meeting notes seem to say, and that's what the people who were there all seem to agree on. Not that it matters; the type is defined and at least one authority server implementation will synthesize protocol-compliant CNAME RRs in the presence of DNAMEs, and so the approach documented at www.isc.org/pubs/tn/ will universally work OK. -- Paul Vixie