davew at hireahit.com
Fri May 10 05:18:43 UTC 2013
On 2013-05-08 11:13, btb wrote:
> it's also mildly humorous that they used to quite religiously endorse
> .local, in some documents even categorizing use of the same domain
> name on an internal and external network as a "security risk".
Keep in mind that this was before ubiquitous, always-on TCP/IP was the
norm. It was coming, but we weren't there yet and Microsoft was still
I still think that a reserved-for-local-LAN-TLD use might not be a bad
idea, similar to how we have private network IP addresses for cases
where there is internal resistance to using a real domain.
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