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Re: How common is lack of DNS server diversity?
Ah.. your term "root server" is what I have always called "authoritative" e.g. any listed master/slave for a zone. > > <Root server> ::= Any DNS server that has final authority for a <domain > tier/level>; > <domain tier/level> ::= root, TLD, SLD, 3LD, ... nLD (0LD, 1LD, 2LD, ... > ,nLD). > This is not to be confused with root level servers that have specific > authority for dot, at the root level (0LD). >