bind selective delegation, is it possible?
Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie
Wed Mar 28 14:18:55 UTC 2007
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On 28 Mar 2007, at 15:05, Wael Shahin wrote:
> am not sure why you need to have your load balancer to be the
I guess that the setup is like what we use, and that the "load
balancers" are doing fault tolerance as well. In this case,
they are authoritative because they may need to withdraw the
A RR whenever a unit fails.
OP has a problem which we don't because, unlike us, he needs
http://example.com/whatever and http://www.example.com/whatever
to be synonyms, while still supporting example.com as a mail domain.
I son't know how to solve that problem.
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