Re: [DNSOP] Delegation into the interior of a zone?

Grant Taylor <gtaylor@tnetconsulting.net> Fri, 28 December 2018 23:02 UTC

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Subject: Re: [DNSOP] Delegation into the interior of a zone?
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On 12/28/18 3:27 PM, John Levine wrote:
> I'd think it depends whether invalid delegations bother them, like if, 
> say, ns1.example.com might not be running BIND.

You seem to be conflating the two independent issues at hand:

1)  Use of RFC 2317's CNAME technique vs the NS technique I'm advocating 
(be it to the interior or apex of the zone).

2)  Use of $GENERATE vs manually creating individual records.

#1 is what records to use.  #2 is how to create said records.  Between 
them there are four possible combinations.

  · Use CNAMEs with manual record creation.
  · Use CNAMEs with $GENERATE.
  · Use NS records with manual record creation.
  · Use NS records with $GENERATE.



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