[lacnog] Fwd: RFC 7085 on Top-Level Domains That Are Already Dotless

Hugo Salgado hsalgado en nic.cl
Jue Dic 5 13:18:32 BRST 2013

Hola Arturo.
Solo quería dejar en claro que este RFC es "informational" y no
emite juicios de valor técnico sobre la correctitud de tener
registros directos en un tld, *porque no los hay*.

Me preocupa que se empiece a generar una sensación de que estos
tlds están haciendo algo incorrecto.

El asunto con los dotless es que
  - no hay una razón técnica para prohibirlos (de hecho nunca lo
  - pese a todo, funcionan
  - PERO... estoy de acuerdo con prohibirlos a los newgtlds, por un tema
    de riesgo.


(a título personal, y aclarando que .CL no tiene dotless ;) )

On 12/05/2013 11:53 AM, Arturo Servin wrote:
> Interesante.
> Slds
> as
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> Subject: RFC 7085 on Top-Level Domains That Are Already Dotless
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>         RFC 7085
>         Title:      Top-Level Domains That Are Already
>                     Dotless
>         Author:     J. Levine, P. Hoffman
>         Status:     Informational
>         Stream:     Independent
>         Date:       December 2013
>         Mailbox:    standards en taugh.com,
>                     paul.hoffman en cybersecurity.org
>         Pages:      6
>         Characters: 11369
>         Updates/Obsoletes/SeeAlso:   None
>         I-D Tag:    draft-hoffine-already-dotless-05.txt
>         URL:        http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7085.txt
> Recent statements from the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) and the
> Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Security
> and Stability Advisory Committee have focused on the problems that
> the DNS is likely to experience with top-level domains (TLDs) that
> contain address records (so-called "dotless domains").  In order to
> help researchers determine the extent of the issues with dotless
> domains, this document lists the current dotless TLDs and gives a
> script for finding them.  This document lists data about dotless TLDs
> but does not address the policy and technology issues other than to
> point to the statements of others.
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