Phillip Vandry vandry at Mlink.NET
Fri Aug 18 20:56:25 CEST 2000
Why not this? Registrars only accept to create a glue record if there already exists a PTR entry for the requested address that points to the right name. -Phil > I suspect that solving this correctly would depend on the ICANN DNSO > recognising the authentication mechanisms of the databases of the RIR's > under the ICANN ASO (RIPE, ARIN, APNIC). > > Unfortunately, no-one thought of this problem when they let registrars > inject host records. The only way to verify automatically that a host > record is allowed from a given netblock is to use the same authentication > mechanisms that (say) RIPE do for reverse delegations.
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