[apnic-talk] 5:100 NR (NAURU)Fw: 0:203 ONLINE...Fw: AE...FM...
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- Subject: [apnic-talk] 5:100 NR (NAURU)Fw: 0:203 ONLINE...Fw: AE...FM...NR...SZ
- From: "Jim Fleming" <JimFleming at ameritech dot net>
- Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 11:19:45 -0600
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http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/domainname/130dftmail/unir.txt 5:100 NR (NAURU) Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 11:07 AM Subject: Re: 0:203 ONLINE...Fw: AE...FM...NR...SZ > John, > > Besides staging .ONLINE in all of the various root servers, other than the U.S. Government controlled servers, > what do you think about the idea to *also* (in addition to) build out .ONLINE under the .NR TLD ? That would > be the TLD used because O is between the letters N and R. In other words, people would not only get their > .ONLINE name but also a name of the forme [SLD].ONLINE.nr. This would help to place them in the USG-controlled > roots, without the bogus claims about putting load on those roots. NR is already in the USG roots, and ONLINE.NR > appears to be available. Software can easily be tweaked to have look ups done via the ONLINE.nr path, for people > that are forced to use the USG-controlled roots. This would be similar to the New.Net approach, of giving people > two names, one in their TLDs, and one under the same TLD.new.net zone. With the NR approach, the extension is > much smaller and also is somewhat more obscur. People may not mind carrying an extra couple of characters around > such as "nr", to get into the USG-controlled DNS path. > > The proposed ranges would be....AE...FM...NR...SZ....thus having 4 TLD Managers providing "the root" anyone can be in... > > Jim Fleming > 128-bit DNS is closer than you think... > COM...DE...NET...ORG...INFO...BIZ...US...ONLINE > http://ipv8.dyndns.tv > http://ipv8.dyns.cx > http://ipv8.no-ip.com > http://ipv8.no-ip.biz > http://ipv8.no-ip.info > http://ipv8.myip.us > http://ipv8.dyn.ee > http://ipv8.community.net.au > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "John Palmer" <jp at adns dot net> > Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 11:39 PM > Subject: Re: 0:203 ONLINE...Fw: AE...FM...NR...SZ > > > > The .ONLINE TLD is held by AtlanticRoot. ADNS is the registry operator. .ONLINE is part if the Inclusive Namespace > > Registry System (INRS) - a shared registry system. > > > > The WHOIS for INRS is http://www.adns.net > > > > Anyone wishing to become and INRS Registry or Registrar can contact info-inrs at adns dot net > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Jim Fleming" <JimFleming at ameritech dot net> > > To: <pg at name-space dot com>; "John Palmer" <jp@ADNS.NET> > > Cc: <yjpark at myepark dot com>; <steinle at smartvia dot de>; "Richard J. Sexton" <richard at vrx dot net>; "Richard Henderson" > > <richardhenderson at ntlworld dot com>; <ray at fassett dot org>; <love at cptech dot org>; <karl at cavebear dot com>; <k at widgital dot com>; > > <jwkckid1 at ix dot netcom dot com>; "Joop Teernstra" <terastra at terabytz dot co dot nz>; "Joey Borda **star*walker**" <starwalker at gay dot com>; "Joe > > Baptista" <baptista at dot-god dot com>; "Joanna Lane" <jo-uk at rcn dot com>; <JMKing at ipro dot org>; "Jkhan" <Jkhan@MetroMgr.com>; > > <jefsey at jefsey dot com>; <hans.klein at pubpolicy dot gatech dot edu>; <faia at amauta.rcp dot net dot pe>; <eric at hi-tek dot com>; "Elisabeth Porteneuve" > > <Elisabeth.Porteneuve at cetp dot ipsl dot fr>; "Bruce Young" <Bruce at barelyadequate dot info>; "Ben Edelman" <edelman at law dot harvard dot edu>; > > <andy at ccc dot de>; "@quasar Internet Solutions, Inc." <shore at quasar dot net>; "Stephen Waters" <swaters at amicus dot com> > > Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 7:55 PM > > Subject: 0:203 ONLINE...Fw: AE...FM...NR...SZ > > > > > > > Is there a consolidated .ONLINE Registry at this stage ? > > > > > > 0:203 ONLINE > > > http://www.adns.net/NEWS/2002070101.html > > > http://www.name-space.com > > > > > > ONLINE.NR can be used to hook into the legacy root servers as described below... > > > http://www.cenpac.net.nr/dns/whois.html?subdomain=online&tld=nr&whois=Submit > > > O is between the letters N and R > > > [SLD].ONLINE names would also get [SLD].ONLINE.nr > > > ...the nameservers for the [SLD].ONLINE name would of course be the same... > > > > > > > > > Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 6:11 PM > > > Subject: AE...FM...NR...SZ > > > > > > > > > > If all of the TLDs are distributed across four domains based on their first-letter of the TLD > > > > then, it should be very hard for the I* society to make a technical case for potential over-loading > > > > of the "root servers". Some simple changes can be made to the new software to use the > > > > following 4 alphabet ranges to distribute the load. As an example, the .CHURCH TLD would > > > > be under CHURCH.AE because C is between A-E. The .GOD TLD would be under GOD.FM > > > > and already exists. The .NEWS TLD would be under NEWS.NR and the TRAVEL TLD would > > > > be under TRAVEL.SZ. With this approach, almost any company can launch a TLD now and > > > > not be blind-sided by the coming claims that the legacy root-servers are overloaded and can not > > > > possibly handle any more TLDs. > > > > > > > > http://www.uaenic.ae > > > > AE > > > > http://www.dot.fm > > > > FM > > > > http://www.cenpac.net.nr/dns/index.html > > > > NR > > > > http://www.africaonline.co.sz/domreg/ > > > > SZ > > > > ===== > > > > > > 0:203 ONLINE....Still the People's Choice... > > > > > > http://www.icann.org/comments-mail/icann-current/msg00342.html > > > 9264 ONLINE - 45,049 matches for -ONLINE > > > ============================================ > > > http://www.domainsurfer.com/ssearch.cgi?dom=-online.com > > > > > > > > > Jim Fleming > > > 128-bit DNS is closer than you think... > > > COM...DE...NET...ORG...INFO...BIZ...US...ONLINE > > > http://ipv8.dyndns.tv > > > http://ipv8.dyns.cx > > > http://ipv8.no-ip.com > > > http://ipv8.no-ip.biz > > > http://ipv8.no-ip.info > > > http://ipv8.myip.us > > > http://ipv8.dyn.ee > > > http://ipv8.community.net.au > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > * APNIC-TALK: General APNIC Discussion List * * To unsubscribe: send "unsubscribe" to apnic-talk-request at apnic dot net *