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Re: Re: gtld-servers returning multiple A records for a NS?
yes, I'll get it updated. it might be worthwhile noting that there is ipv6 support in rwhois. I know several registries have been working on this topic for a while and folks ought to see the results of these efforts in the next few months. it is also true that the v6 root testbed has been around for about 3 years and there is some hope that native v6 support will be added to the production root system RSN. > > > Somewhat on the topic but going into future instead of the past... > > I'm wondering if anyone started working on dns host registration system > for ipv6 and whois support for this. It seems that currently all ipv6 dns > comes from existing domains that are setup with ipv4 and there is no root > ipv6 dns servers. Am I right? Are we planning to working on it anytime soon? > > And yes - I'v read http://www.isi.edu/~bmanning/v6DNS.html but it seems > little out of date and does not mention A6 records. Bill, will you be > updating the page? > > On Thu, 4 Apr 2002, Allan Liska wrote: > > > > > Hello, > > > > Thursday, April 04, 2002, 3:26:18 AM, you wrote: > > > > wen> Worth is that about 4-6 months ago I started seeing multiple dns servers > > wen> registered for the same ip address. Plus to that neither .biz nor .info > > wen> dns servers are even showing on the internic root. > > > > Yea, apparently in January Verisign changed their long standing policy of > > allowing only one name server to be registered per IP Address. To > > confuse matters even more, I don't think all of the registrars support > > this, and I have not seen anything official from ICANN (not that > > anyone cares what ICANN thinks). > > > > > > allan > > >