NSI Not allowing Host registrations for nameservers in sub-zones?
mlarson at verisign.com
Wed Dec 11 16:16:51 UTC 2002
On Tue, 2002-12-03 at 22:09, Shane Brath wrote:
> But several of the reps at NSI that I have talked to have told me
> that they no longer allow registration of name servers in anything other
> than the first level of a zone.
> IE: ns1.company.com and ns2.company.com are OK
> But: ns1.dns.company.com and ns2.dns.company.com are not OK.
> Have I completly missed something, or are the people at NSI just
> jerkn' me around.
FWIW, this is a registrar-imposed restriction (for whatever reason).
VeriSign Global Registry Services--the registry for com/net--allows any
legal domain name to be a name server for a domain.
Matt Larson <mlarson at verisign.com>
VeriSign Global Registry Services
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