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Re: DNS Host Handles/Registrations
- From: Brad Dreisbach
- Date: Wed Nov 07 14:59:37 2001
On Wed, Nov 07, 2001 at 01:49:12PM -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I should probably have been more specific. I am not trying to associate a
> DNS server with a particular domain, that's obviously a no-brainer, using
> any registrar. I am talking about registering the DNS server itself, so
> that it may later be associated with a given domain or domains.
> For example, if I was to just pick an IP at random, build a DNS server on
> it, and try to plug that IP into register.com's screen, it
> (register.com) would refuse to accept it, as it would not be a "known" DNS
> server. I need the process which *used* to be known as registering a a
> DNS server and obtaining a host "handle" for it.
> On Wed, 7 Nov 2001 email@example.com wrote:
> > Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 13:39:12 -0600 (CST)
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: DNS Host Handles/Registrations
> > Good afternoon!
> > This may sound like a dumb question, but...
> > The last time I registered a DNS host it was still being done by
> > NetSol/InterNIC (yeah, a *long* time ago).
> > I need to add another DNS host, and cannot seem to find the
> > appropriate place to do this. InterNIC.net, ICANN, IANA all come up
> > blank. Anybody out there done one of these recently?
> > Thanks!
> J.A. Terranson
> If Governments really want us to behave like civilized human beings, they
> should give serious consideration towards setting a better example:
> Ruling by force, rather than consensus; the unrestrained application of
> unjust laws (which the victim-populations were never allowed input on in
> the first place); the State policy of justice only for the rich and
> elected; the intentional abuse and occassionally destruction of entire
> populations merely to distract an already apathetic and numb electorate...
> This type of demogoguery must surely wipe out the fascist United States
> as surely as it wiped out the fascist Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
> The views expressed here are mine, and NOT those of my employers,
> associates, or others. Besides, if it *were* the opinion of all of
> those people, I doubt there would be a problem to bitch about in the
> first place...