Re: "Then it gets kind of interesting," Cerf says....Re: [ga] "...who found their address in DNS records..."
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Wednesday, August 28, 2002, 10:04:03 PM, you wrote:
JF> ----- Original Message -----
JF> From: "Allan Liska" <email@example.com>
>> Since this is an ICANN-sponsored list, the root servers for .biz are
>> maintained by Neustar (http://www.neustar.biz/).
JF> "root servers for .biz"....??...do you mean .BIZ TLD servers ?
JF> Are you familiar with the DNS and how it works ?
Yes I am. Every TLD has a series of root nameservers. These root
nameservers maintain the database of domains within that TLD. In
addition, there are the root nameservers used by recursive nameservers
to find information about various TLDs.
The root nameservers for the .BIZ TLD supported by ICANN are:
A.GTLD.biz. 315874 IN A 184.108.40.206
B.GTLD.biz. 466355 IN A 220.127.116.11
C.GTLD.biz. 460739 IN A 18.104.22.168
D.GTLD.biz. 471986 IN A 22.214.171.124
E.GTLD.biz. 476147 IN A 126.96.36.199
F.GTLD.biz. 464256 IN A 188.8.131.52
JF> Also, are you familiar with making sure that a single-point-of-corporate failure does not result
JF> in people losing their DNS service and their domain names ?
Not sure what this has to do with the conversation. However, I would
suggest that your logic is flawed. The vast majority of companies do
not feel the need to register domains within multiple roots. However,
feel free to point me to credible evidence which backs up your
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