"Well known" multicast RDNS ?
ek at google.com
Sat Sep 14 03:45:53 CEST 2013
+ggm for any historical context he'd care to share
On 14 September 2013 10:18, Brandon Applegate <brandon at burn.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Sep 2013, David Conrad wrote:
>> Would ip6.arpa PTR service be helpful? (no opinion, just curious)
>> The v4 multicast PTRs didn't seem to be used all that much.
> I would agree with this, probably not used much. Seems like a trivial thing
> to get delegated and set up though (unless I'm missing something).
> If it is trivial (i.e. for IANA to host it) - I was just wondering why it
> was done for ipv4 and not ipv6.
> The one example that came to mind would be a sniffer doing DNS lookups. It
> can be helpful sometimes to have the answer come up directly in the capture
> instead of back and forth to IANA's website.
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