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Re: IPv6 reverse lookup - lame delegation?
On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, Paul Vixie wrote: : as a practical matter, it is impossible to ensure that all name servers : and resolvers understand DNAME. but it is very possible to ensure that : a given zone, such as "8.f.18.104.22.168.0.2.ip6.arpa" in ISC's case, is only : served by authority servers who understand DNAME and do CNAME synthesis. Would it be too much to try to get the RIRs to agree that "ip6.int." get a DNAME and all other zones get unlinked in a shorter timeframe? i.e. why go through the motions of many different subzones of ip6.int. having DNAMEs when just one record will do for the world? In any other Internet context, I can see this as being too many cooks in the kitchen, but the entities serving up ip6.int. zones are of a reasonably small number. -- -- Todd Vierling <[email protected]> <[email protected]>