Zone Record Order

Barry Margolin barmar at
Sat Oct 7 00:55:59 UTC 2006

In article <eg6bcb$2rbu$1 at>,
 "Josh Hyles" <josh.maillists at> wrote:

> One other question.. do I need the "IN" option when doing these? I'm
> not sure what it is for, but I've been able to get things working for
> the last years with no problem without it.

"IN" is the class for Internet records.  Other possible classes are CH 
(for Chaosnet) and HS (for Hesiod).

If you don't specify a class, the default is IN.  So you don't really 
need it, but it has become conventional to put it in explicitly.

Barry Margolin, barmar at
Arlington, MA
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