Re: DNS: defining "official" domains

Re: DNS: defining "official" domains

From: <vicc§cia.net.au>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 03:11:44 +1000 (EST)
>_From: Rick Welykochy
> 
> 
> 
> On Fri, 19 Jun 1998, David Keegel wrote:
> 
> > In short, the point is that aust.com is not separated from other OzEmail
> > business, and thus aust.com domains are apparently not portable, in
> > contrast with aus.com, au.com, com.au, com, where they don't care who
> > your nameservers are or who your ISP is.
> 
> .com HAS TO DELEGATE according to the domain owner's whim

you are having a bad day rick. try not to choke on your lunch.

> .com.au HAS TO DELEGATE according to the domain owner's whim

no they dont. does the queen or prime minister guarantee this?

no. its a contractual obligation the same .au.com. .com.au wont
even delegate for you even if you think you have rights to a name.

I still dont see dart.com.au delegated.


> .au.com does not HAVE TO DELEGATE, but it would be bad for business
> .aus.com does not HAVE TO DELEGATE, but it would be bad for business
> .aust.com does NOT DELEGATE, which is good for business if the general public is not savvy

give it up, you are painting yourself into a corner.

Vic
Received on Fri Jun 19 1998 - 16:15:14 UTC

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