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Re: v6 gluelessness
On 21 jan 2008, at 14:02, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
and please tell me why any of the tech and admin pocs of these cctlds should give a <bleep> what my server's actual ip address is.
Going back to operational issue (yes, incredible as it may seems, I won't write here what I think of ICANN), there is a *technical* solution to this issue, which is the one deployed by the RIPE-NCC. Give a different *name* (and may be a different *IP address*) to every ccTLD.
This is suboptimal because it limits the opportunity for nameservers to measure RTTs and contact the fastest server.
TLD operators should make up their mind: either control their servers, or trust the people that they gave control to to make these kinds of decisions.