"Well known" multicast RDNS ?
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Mon Sep 16 20:01:53 CEST 2013
Adding Peter Koch who was working on a draft related to this
On 9/13/2013 9:11 PM, George Michaelson wrote:
> Its on hold, pending some closure on smarter ways of managing AS112. Warren is a co-author on a draft which might make it trivially easy to add and remove things to AS112 service, so everyone seemed to think it was worth holding back on an instruction to IANA to delegate, pending that work.
> I think ?Leo? observed that for multicast in general, IANA actually does provide some services, and its possible/arguable a certain class of address deserves real delegation. I don't personally think the link-locals are in this set.
> On 14/09/2013, at 11:45 AM, Erik Kline <ek at google.com> wrote:
>> +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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