[Collisions] Old root server addresses?

Warren Kumari warren at kumari.net
Wed Oct 9 16:56:27 UTC 2013

I'm on a plane at the moment, but a number of folk have archives of the root-zone basically since creation. 

I'll try hunt them down once I land and have bits…


On Oct 9, 2013, at 7:35 AM, Kevin White <kwhite at jasadvisors.com> wrote:

> Continuing with my questions from Monday.  I have asked IANA and searched all the resources I have, and added several IP addresses to my list.  But the logs still have destination IPs for some addresses that I just can’t tell.  Included below is a short list, sorted by frequency.  If anyone can confirm/deny any of these addresses as ever having been valid root addresses, please do so.
> I will make the compiled list available.
> Obviously, the first two are the largest potential ones.  I have in my list, for g-root.  .1 and .2 are likely also valid, but I can’t find anything really strongly stating so.
> -> 1131726
> -> 1129014
> -> 18574
> -> 3212
> -> 2914
> -> 2061
> -> 1028
> Thank you,
> Kevin
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