[dns-operations] question about a host
rubensk at nic.br
Wed Aug 14 17:41:17 UTC 2019
So, .two, .three, .four, .five, .six, .eight, .nine, .ten, .eleven and .twelve are likely candidates for the next round...
> Em 14 de ago de 2019, à(s) 14:03:000, Matt Nordhoff <lists at mn0.us> escreveu:
> On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 11:38 AM Volker Janzen <voja at voja.de> wrote:
>> Hi Eliza,
>> one is the name of a TLD. one.one is a domain name registred under this
>> You can see the full delegation path with
>> dig +trace one.one.one.one
>> As far as I remember there is no other TLD that is a digit word.
> There are two more, I think.
> <http://nic.zero/> is one of Amazon's many unlaunched TLDs.
> <http://nic.seven/> is a brand TLD assigned to
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