Resolving a specific domain cause problems
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Mon Jun 27 12:54:58 UTC 2005
At 2:50 PM +0200 2005-06-27, a.r.kuiters at kpn.com wrote:
> The domain is specific to mobile packet switched networks:
> The last part of this domain is standarized by 3GPP (mncxxx.mccxxx.gprs) the
> first three is the APN (access-point name).
Well, that's not a standard Internet gTLD, so there's not much we
can do to help you debug that problem directly.
> In our DNS we have a domain
> gprs., could this conflict with specific domain?
If you don't have a delegation for the subdomain, yes.
It's like having your server configured to think that it owns all
of .com, and not having a delegation for aol.com, and then
complaining that you can't get to AOL.
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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