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FW: Important changes to the .org tld today.
PIR was scheduled to announce to the NANOG list today, the relevant technical details that have already been noted by the UltraDNS note below. PIR would like to assure the community that we have worked very closely with VeriSign and IANA, and appreciate all of the support both have and continue to offer in this transition. Given the considerable planning and efforts involved in this transition, we do not expect any significant impacts to the community. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Regards, Bruce Bruce W. Beckwith VP, Operations Public Interest Registry 1775 Wiehle Avenue Suite 102A Reston, VA 20190 v: +1 703.464.7005 x105 f: +1 703.783.8287 firstname.lastname@example.org -----Original Message----- From: Rodney Joffe [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Friday, September 05, 2003 9:03 AM To: NANOG Subject: Important changes to the .org tld today. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 During the root zone (.) update later today, specifically with root zone serial number 2003090501, the entries for .org will me modified. The current zone entry contains the following authoritative nameservers for the .org tld: org. 2D IN NS A7.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS L7.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS G7.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS F7.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS M5.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS TLD1.ULTRADNS.NET. org. 2D IN NS TLD2.ULTRADNS.NET. org. 2D IN NS J5.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS I5.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS C5.NSTLD.COM. org. 2D IN NS E5.NSTLD.COM. Effective with the 2003090501 load, the entry will reflect the removal of the Verisign NSTLD.COM nameservers. The zone entry will therefore contain the following only: org. 2D IN NS TLD1.ULTRADNS.NET. org. 2D IN NS TLD2.ULTRADNS.NET. If you have the 9 ??.NSTLD.COM nameservers cached or hard coded in any way, you may wish to flush your cache or modify your nameservers in the near future to avoid any inconsistent or stale data, and you may want to make your system administrators, NOCs and customer support groups aware of the changes. The .org zone file will continue to be pushed to the Verisign nameservers for a short period of time. However due to the fact that the UltraDNS nameservers publish and propagate zone changes globally within 5 minutes, rather than the twice daily update schedule of the Verisign nameservers, answers from the NSTLD.COM nameservers may be out of date and inconsistent with the actual SOA for up to 24 hours after a change is accepted by the Public Interest Registry (PIR.org). Any questions or concerns regarding this change should be directed to the PIR (http://www.pir.org). Sincerely, Rodney Joffe CTO and Chairman UltraDNS Corp. http://www.ultradns.com -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: PGP 8.0.2 iQA/AwUBP1iJJEa3pZtqJ3OwEQJvwACdHkKdAW3TqDSpOJVoguhFAx0YebwAnAw9 c6fW3PeXcgvjwhvLIPaxRVEW =+m9c -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----