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Username: Jim Fleming
Date/Time: Fri, October 26, 2001 at 3:01 PM GMT
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Subject: 0:212 BIZ Update

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There are 107 TLDs with dual or triplicate registries.
.BIZ is one of them.
http://root-dns.org/ZoneExchange/AIS.txt
; biz. = 2

SLD.BIZ entries for both registries can point to the same NS pair
on the "toy", experimental, proof-of-concept, IPv4-based Internet.
This tests the concept of redundancy. Redundancy makes for a more
reliable system overall. If not properly configured, any simplex or
redundant system can be made to appear unreliable. If people are
going to be able to migrate from the proof-of-concept Internet to
the real Internet, they have to be prepared to deal with serious
system architectures, which have provided the extremely reliable
phone communications around the world.

Once the .BIZ zone is matured, the SLD.BIZ entries can advance
to the Next Generation Internet, which can now be more easily built
with the release of Windows XP and IPv6 using "IPv8 Addressing".
Different .BIZ servers will be required, because IPv4 systems can not
talk to native IPv6 systems. SLD.BIZ entries can be easily checked
for coherance via software, before being allowed to be entered into
the IPv6 systems.


Jim Fleming
http://www.IN-ADDR.info
Why Gamble on a .BIZ Lottery? Start a Real .BIZ Today !
http://www.DOT-BIZ.com
0:212 - BIZ World


 

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