[Collisions] "controlled interruption" - 127/8 versus RFC1918 space

Joe Abley jabley at hopcount.ca
Fri Jan 10 14:38:13 UTC 2014

On 2014-01-09, at 20:01, Wayne MacLaurin <Wayne at demandmedia.com> wrote:

> Hi folks.. I posted a longer reply on Domainincite but basically, if we are going to accept that returning something other than NXDOMAIN is ok, why don’t we just make it useful  and avoid the Internet sleuthing for the true meaning of
> Get ICANN to host a nice informative website and point the IPs there.. If its not a human, its not going to work anyway.  If it is a human, then we have ICANN’s backing as to the how and why and what can be done to fix the problem.

But the Internet is more than the web. Remember the fallout for protocols like SMTP during sitefinder?

(I appreciate that MX records were called out specifically, but the Internet is also more than mail.)


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