Re: DNS on CLNP RRs

George Michaelson <G.Michaelson@cc.uq.oz.au> Mon, 06 July 1992 03:46 UTC

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To: Thomas Johannsen <thomas@aic.co.jp>
cc: osi-ds@cs.ucl.ac.uk
Subject: Re: DNS on CLNP RRs
In-reply-to: Your message of "Mon, 06 Jul 92 11:59:33 +0200." <9207060259.AA00258@beat.aic.co.jp>
Date: Mon, 06 Jul 92 13:02:53 +1000
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From: George Michaelson <G.Michaelson@cc.uq.oz.au>

These people are representing OSI network layer address info and
mapping into DNS hostnames, which I think requires to be added to the
set of objects represented in X.500, and preferably mastered there.

I think you're talking about the generalized model for adding DNS info into
the X.500 DIT. This isn't exactly the same thing!

-George