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RE: 4q98 in-addr.audit notice
- From: Barry Raveendran Greene
- Date: Fri Sep 25 01:22:38 1998
Adding to Bill's list of things to check on your DNS servers, please
consider implementing RFC 1876 - `A Means for Expressing Location
Information in the Domain Name System.' RFC 1876 defines the format of a DNS
Resource Record (RR) for associating host location mappings to host names
within a domain.
In other words, you can put longitude, latitude, and altitude in the RR
record, have a tool query it, and be able to plot the geographic location of
the DNS site!
See the following URLs for details:
Consider RFC 1876, even if it's just a rough guess based on a wall map of
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> Subject: 4q98 in-addr.audit notice
> I am sorry for duplicates that you may receive.
> This is to let you know that I will be starting the next quarter
> sweep of the in-addr.arpa tree on 03 oct 1998. I'd appreciate it if you
> would review
> for details. Specifically, I'd appreciate your adding the two referenced
> probes to your xfernets directives so that a valid audit may proceed. The
> run may take as long as 600 wall-clock hours. The results will be posted
> to the web page.
> A target for this audit run is to attempt to identify DNS version
> distribution. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact me.
> If there are others that you feel should be aware, forward the information
> on to them and/or me.
> Thank you for your consideration.
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