delegation with multiple NS including localhost
bortzmeyer at nic.fr
Thu Jan 8 12:13:22 UTC 2004
On Thu, Jan 08, 2004 at 12:33:31PM +0100,
Sylvain Bertrand <Sylvain.Bertrand at supelec.fr> wrote
a message of 66 lines which said:
> Ok I get it. So the client's nameserver chooses the fastest between
> ns.foo.bar.org and ns.bar.org, right?
The client's caching/forwarding nameserver chooses the fastest between
ns.foo.bar.org and ns.bar.org, right.
> Since ns.bar.org has no data for foo.bar.org, isn't it useless to
> delegate to itself?
I do not understand this one. If it receives a delegation, it must be
authoritative and it must have the data for foo.bar.org, either from a
local file or from a zone transfer.
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