Multiple NS RR's
keith at hermansader.net
Sun Nov 21 13:29:04 UTC 1999
Mark_Andrews at iengines.com wrote:
> It's perfectly possible at the protocol level. There is
> no requirement at this level for the reverse mappings to
> Operationally however it is often confusing however.
> Registries often restrict the number of names that map to
> a single IP address to one. e.g. the Internic only accepts
> a single mapping.
> In practice it is better to select a single name for a
> server and use it exclusively.
I had a feeling this was the case. What about doing this with a
different IP stacked on the same machine? This is probably what I'll
end up having to do thanks to an overzealous salescritter selling
something to a customer without checking first whether or not it can be
done successfully :-/
Keith Hermansader Master Lumberjack
The Lumber Cartel(tinlc) NorthEastern PA Lodge
I am a Lumberjack and I'm OK National Unit #1951
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