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Old 6th September 2009, 11:19 AM
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Quest for DNAME solution goes on

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Re: Quest for DNAME solution goes on

3.3. Wildcards

The use of DNAME in conjunction with wildcards is discouraged
[RFC4592]. Thus records of the form "*.example.com DNAME
example.net" SHOULD NOT be used.

The interaction between the expansion of the wildcard and the
redirection of the DNAME is non-deterministic. Because the
processing is non-deterministic, DNSSEC validating resolvers may not
be able to validate a wildcarded DNAME.

A server MAY give a warning that the behavior is unspecified if such
a wildcarded DNAME is loaded. The server MAY refuse it, refuse to
load the zone or refuse dynamic updates.
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3.3. Wildcards

The use of DNAME in conjunction with wildcards is discouraged
[RFC4592]. Thus records of the form "*.example.com DNAME
example.net" SHOULD NOT be used.

The interaction between the expansion of the wildcard and the
redirection of the DNAME is non-deterministic. Because the
processing is non-deterministic, DNSSEC validating resolvers may not
be able to validate a wildcarded DNAME.

A server MAY give a warning that the behavior is unspecified if such
a wildcarded DNAME is loaded. The server MAY refuse it, refuse to
load the zone or refuse dynamic updates.
So what are the implications?
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So what are the implications?
*.cm is out of luck
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*.cm is out of luck
I see. But I take it this does not preclude the redirection of sub-directories of individual domains?
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I see. But I take it this does not preclude the redirection of sub-directories of individual domains?
Well, you can define ZZZ to be equal to COM.

But if you define *.COM it means no matter what you type before the .COM, it will go to whoever owns *.com.

Defining * would send the whole internet to you.
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Well, you can define ZZZ to be equal to COM.

But if you define *.COM it means no matter what you type before the .COM, it will go to whoever owns *.com.

Defining * would send the whole internet to you.
You can sort of see why they would not want you using Wildcards with DNAMES.
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