what's a valid domain name?
ben.croswell at gmail.com
Mon Oct 31 12:30:33 UTC 2011
Actually a . is not part of a host name. It separates all the parts of
FQDN. If you put one in a host name you have an undelegated subdomain as I
On Oct 31, 2011 6:59 AM, "Kristen Eisenberg" <kristen.eisenberg at yahoo.com>
> Ben Croswell writes:
> > In that case technically you are creating undelegated subdomains for each
> > router.
> > The dot is a delimiter and can't be part of a hostname.
> I was thinking you are wrong.
> Period is somewhat permitted in a hostname.
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