Can DNAME records be deployed in the wild?
Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Wed May 2 21:32:38 UTC 2007
> Is anyone trying to deploy DNAME records in the wild yet? There are
> various situations in which they might be useful to us if they
> worked. (None of these to do with IPv6, incidentally: it's a great
> pity that DNAME got tangled up in the A6/binary-labels saga.)
> Some specific questions I have in mind are
> 1. Which nameserver software, other than BIND 9, understands
> DNAME in zones for which it is authoritative well enough
> to do CNAME synthesis? (In particular, which Windows DNS
> Server versions, if any, can cope?)
> 2. Are there stub resolvers around that cannot cope with the
> answers that BIND 9 gives, in which the DNAME record precedes
> the synthesised CNAME record?
> But I expect there are plenty of other gotchas I haven't thought
> of yet.
> Chris Thompson
> Email: cet1 at cam.ac.uk
I've used them for years.
Mark Andrews, ISC
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