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Re: orsc root server?
[email protected] wrote:
Apparently, the ICANN crew are finally doing *something* (even if they're doing so while not having read RFC3675): http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/internet/06/01/internet.porn.ap/index.html Hopefully none of their 10 conflict with any of your 2000, and nobody will have to go re-read RFC2826 just yet.....
I am not afraid of ICANN. They are predictable and fast as an iceberg. Chinese governements are far less predictable but they try to be ICANN compatible. I am really afraid of Microsoft: Last time they have broken "localhost" now they do it again with "local" and what new toplevel domains next windows update will bring - not even Bill Gates knows. "local" did collide! What ever you answer for "*.local" will break their directory services. The only reliable solution seems to be: $TTL 2D $ORIGIN local. @ 2D SOA dns.cp.msft.net. msnhst.microsoft.com. 2005053100 300600 2419200 3600 MX 10 maila.microsoft.com. MX 10 mailb.microsoft.com. MX 10 mailc.microsoft.com. TXT "v=spf1 mx redirect=_spf.microsoft.com" NS ns1.msft.net. NS ns2.msft.net. NS ns3.msft.net. NS ns4.msft.net. NS ns5.msft.net. ns1.msft.net. A 18.104.22.168 ns2.msft.net. A 22.214.171.124 ns3.msft.net. A 126.96.36.199 ns4.msft.net. A 188.8.131.52 ns5.msft.net. A 184.108.40.206 I guess that would solve the "localhost" problem too - but it does not give the right answer :) Reagards, Peter and Karin Dambier Public-Root http://iason.site.voila.fr