A record of domain name must be name server ?
eliezer at ngtech.co.il
Wed Sep 10 22:39:04 UTC 2014
Well this is a confusing point but it's rather an administrative
decision to make.
If indeed the network\server\domain administrator is not aware of his
services he will either have or will not have decision to make.
It will depend on whether he knows what he is doing.
Mish-mosh or banana he will eat it one way or another.
One conclusion he will probably learn is that dns records takes from 24
to about 48 hours to be forgotten from dns caches :D
All The Bests,
On 09/11/2014 01:13 AM, Kevin Darcy wrote:
> No, what I'm saying is that if
> example.com owns an A record 203.0.113.48, and
> www.example.com owns an A record 203.0.113.48, then
> where does 126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa point?
> Some people will point it at example.com, some will point it at
> www.example.com. What you get is a mish-mosh. No consistency.
> If, on the other hand, www.example.com is a CNAME to example.com, then
> it's crystal clear where the reverse record will point -- example.com.
> There is no ambiguity or option for inconsistency.
> - Kevin
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