What's the opposite of "lame delgation"
barmar at bbnplanet.com
Wed Mar 8 23:28:10 UTC 2000
In article <38C6DC3D.684F8B7C at daimlerchrysler.com>,
Kevin Darcy <kcd at daimlerchrysler.com> wrote:
>Tom Robinson wrote:
>> Is there a buzzword for the situation where a ns loads a zone for which it
>> is not in fact authoritative?
>> (Kind of the opposite situation from a "lame delegation".)
>If a slave loads a zone and doesn't appear in the NS records for the zone
>(either from the parent's delegation or from the zone itself), then it is
>usually called a "stealth secondary" or "stealth slave".
>If a master doesn't appear in the NS records, then I guess you could call it
>a "stealth master", but that term is not nearly as prevalent.
We call ours a "hidden master".
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