[dns-operations] .in ccTLD 2-level public suffixes
ietf-dane at dukhovni.org
Sat Aug 27 18:25:56 UTC 2022
> Nearly all of the TLDs have second level suffixes (like gov.in, co.in
> and various others) which are used as special names, and zones are
> further delegated from these suffixes.
Speaking of ccTLD second level public suffixes, for .in I've just
noticed not only some "expected" suffixes like:
ac.in biz.in co.in com.in edu.in firm.in gen.in gov.in ind.in
info.in net.in nic.in org.in res.in web.in
But also some that appear to just mirror other ccTLDs without an obvious
connection to a category of child domains (com, edu, gov, net, org, ...):
ai.in am.in ca.in cn.in er.in io.in me.in pg.in tv.in uk.in us.in
What are these for? I'm afraid these may create or add to user confusion.
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