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Re: ENUM test registrar operational

  • To: Tim Chown < >
  • From: Patrik F�ltstr�m < >
  • Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 11:58:38 +0100
  • Cc: Stastny Richard < >
    bill < >
    Marco Bernardi < >

I hope you are joking.

I thought the enum-trials@localhost list was for the trials of ENUM, and not about how to do work around of the standards which is behind the various ENUM trials.

Can we please go back to the original scheduling and stop discussing things like these?


On torsdag, feb 27, 2003, at 11:24 Europe/Stockholm, Tim Chown wrote:

So what we kind of need is a 6bone-like prefix for, that we
can allocate from the international space... and then put a 3-5 year
lifetime on the allocation?


On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 10:43:04AM +0100, Stastny Richard wrote:
Hi Bill and Marco,

this is just a test domain for client designers and developers, kind of
a playground. Since
we have a lot of client developers out of Austria (e.g. UK and US), and
since they cannot get
an entry because they do not have a phone number in
Austria, and since they also cannot get an entry in their own country,
but want on the other hand to modify their NAPTR records on their own
for testing purposes, we have set up this domain.

This domain will NEVER go into commerical service and is also NOT
intended as competition
to (you do not have to explain this to me), and may and will
be shut down at any time.

Finally we may set up in .at what we want, this is a national issue
(BTW, did you complain about from netnumber?). So you may use
it or leave it, at your discretion ;-)


-----Original Message-----
From: bill [
] Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 10:27 AM To: Marco Bernardi
Subject: Re: ENUM test registrar operational

Is there any necessity to set up such a domain for ENUM trial? It is
not in the golden tree, I think.




our ENUM test registrar at is now
operational for the test domain "" (in terms that if you
register a domain there, it shows up in the public DNS tree).

Note: There's no support yet for the "official"
Domain. We
will add support for at least soon.

Current features: You may add (nearly) any number (even
numbers with
non-existing country codes), activate the according
e164.AT domain,
and put NAPTR records into that domain using the supplied web
provisioning interface. Records and domains may be
deleted again as
well, contact information may be added to the registered numbers.

Your feedback is as always welcome. Please contact me if you
have any
questions, or if you find any bugs.


Alex Mayrhofer

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