[dns-operations] All NSs for a TLD being in the TLD itself

Marco Davids (SIDN) marco.davids at sidn.nl
Thu Oct 24 14:59:36 UTC 2013

On 10/24/13 16:54, Paul Hoffman wrote:
> The new records for one of the shiny new gTLDs are:
> This works, of course, but it feels a bit fragile for me.

To me it feels pretty lean and mean:


> Is there a history of this being unsafe? Of being more safe than NSs whose names are in other TLDs?

That's almost a religious discussion, in my experience.

Try: 'dig ns se'

(personally I like it)


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