Just got on this thing (perhaps very belatedly) - root server trouble?
karl at Mcs.Net
Tue Feb 18 22:04:49 UTC 1997
> What is your point? IMHO it's far better for NSI to accept the
> applications without working SOA. Otherwise you lock people into paying
> ISPs to hold domains for them. While that might give you business,
> it's not something that NSI should enforce, or should have to enforce.
The point is that the *NAMESERVERS* aren't even resolvable 30% of the time!
That is, out of the NS records, I can't resolve about 30% of the *NS*
records that are listed in the .COM zone!
All I'm doing right now is a query for the NS lines for "." on the
nameservers which are uniquely represented in the .COM zone. And, as of
right now, about 30% of those NS records don't go anywhere.
I haven't even started looked at the SOAs for the delegations yet....
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