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Re: Turkey has switched Root-Servers
On Tue, 27 Sep 2005, Peter Dambier wrote:
So the basic story here is not really "Turkey is using a new DNS root," but rather, "users of alternate root servers notice alternate root inconsistency," which is exactly what those opposed to alternate roots have been predicting.Evren Demirkan wrote:Ok So what, I am located in Turkiye..Can Any one simplify the whole stuff in plain English? Evren DemirkanHi Evren Demirkan, there has been for about one year a turkish root-server: l.public-root.com That server did not resolve the ICANN root but The Public-Root. Until some ISPs in Turkey started selling turkish language toplevel domains nobody noticed because in the legacy domains ICANN and Public-Root are compatible.
There's also a real root server in Turkey. According to www.root-servers.org, there's an anycast copy of i.root-servers.net in Ankara.