down sev0?

Joseph S D Yao jsdy at
Sat Oct 28 02:53:00 UTC 2006

On Wed, Oct 25, 2006 at 10:10:05PM -0400, alex at wrote:
> As pointed out by Rob Seastrom in private email, RFC2182 addresses things
> of biblical proportions - such as dispersion of nameservers geographically
> and topologically. Having 3 secondaries, only one of them on separate /24,
> and none of them on topologically different network does not qualify.
...	600	IN	A	600	IN	A	600	IN	A	600	IN	A

This is two pairs, each pair in a single /24 (or /26), and there are
ways in which each of these hosts could be in a widely different spot
from the other three, or in several different spots.

Why am I saying this?  Most of the folks here know this and how to do
this even better than I do.

I am not saying that IS doing this, just that you can't say
that they're NOT just from this evidence.

And by now it's moot anyway.

Joe Yao
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