DNS Entries Point to Another Subnet

Lyle Lyle at lcrcomputer.com
Fri Mar 16 03:04:27 UTC 2001

Legal reasons, probably none.

moral/ethical, yes.  It's their subnet and their assigned IP addresses.  If
they want to limit their exporsure in this way, they, IMHO, have that right.
Also they bought and constructed the infra-structure that you attached a
computer to.  They have the right to set their 'Acceptable Use Policy' as
they see fit. Whether you agree or not with their policy.


-----Original Message-----
From: Steve [MCP] [mailto:sevans at foundation.sdsu.edu]
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 4:42 PM
To: comp-protocols-dns-bind at moderators.isc.org
Subject: DNS Entries Point to Another Subnet

Is there any reason (legally) why I can't have DNS entries that point to
someone else's subnet?  I put an entry in for my machine connected at the
university here and the university is complaining.


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