RFC requirements for relative CNAME targets?
johnmill at brandeis.edu
Thu Jul 18 20:18:04 UTC 2013
My apologies--sent mid-message!
I know that for the following record in example.com's zone file:
host.example.com. IN CNAME otherhost
BIND will return:
host.example.com. <TTL> IN CNAME otherhost.example.com.
Is this behavior required anywhere in the RFCs, or would
host.example.com. <TTL> IN CNAME otherhost.
be equally valid from an RFC perspective? Obviously this would also
pertain to NS, MX, SRV, PTR, etc. records.
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 4:12 PM, John Miller <johnmill at brandeis.edu> wrote:
> Hey there folks,
> I know that for the following record in a zone file:
> John Miller
> Systems Engineer
> Brandeis University
> johnmill at brandeis.edu
> (781) 736-4619
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