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Re: Internic procedure problems
- From: Geoff Huston
- Date: Thu Jul 20 20:04:27 1995
That last null message from me was fat finger syndrome - sorry 'bout
I was just noting that there is a WEB page which deals in in-addr
delegations at http://aunic.net/aunic/inaddr-template.html
The procedure does not email the SOA with the delegation details unless
the listed nameservers are a) visible b) functioning and c)
It would be trivial to modify this form to handle generic domain names
rather than the special case of in-addr.arpa domain names.
>From email@example.com Fri Jul 21 08:32:34 1995
>From: Geoff Huston <G.Huston@aarnet.edu.au>
>Subject: Re: Internic procedure problems
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Kosters)
>Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 07:31:46 +1000 (EST)
>Cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Its coming - now that the new domain templates are getting to be a larger
>> and larger percentage of the total daily domain intake.
>> > >Another thing that would be nice to see is some method for updating domain
>> > >information similar to the way routing policy is updated. If I wish to
>> > >change secondary nameservers, I should be able to directly update records
>> > >for my domain rather than submit an email request and wait 3-4 weeks for
>> > >an overworked human being to get around to it.
>> > Somthing along the lines of the auto-dbm for the RADB would be great for
>> > domain name chages, etc. Just my $.02.
>> Mark Kosters email@example.com +1 703 742 4795
>> Software Engineer InterNIC Registration Services