not quite a BIND technical question
barmar at bbnplanet.com
Thu Nov 11 20:41:52 UTC 1999
In article <525426352.942346612374.JavaMail.qtran at hutch.East.Sun.COM>,
<Christine.Tran at east.sun.com> wrote:
>A company out of Seattle caled ENIC is offering registrations for domain
>names with .cc extensions. What now?? Companies that have registered,
>according to their flyer, are Intel, Coke, UPS ...etc. Did some country
>sell their .cc delegation and now people are on a warpath to squat on
>domain names in .cc? Is this a legitimate expansion of TLDN or just
>another way for us to squander money to the tune of $100/2years? How is
>this going to impact the current root servers?
It's a country domain. Several tiny countries have sold their TLDs for
uses like this.
>I realize this is not directly a BIND question, if not an answer, I hope
>to get some direction as to what forum might provide the answer. My
>apologies for the non-BIND noise.
There are several other comp.protocols.dns.* newsgroups, as well as the old
comp.protocols.tcp-ip.domains newsgroup. Are you posting to this group
because of the bind-users gateway?
Barry Margolin, barmar at bbnplanet.com
GTE Internetworking, Powered by BBN, Burlington, MA
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