p...@icke-reklam.ipsec.nu wrote:Aesthetically, I don't particularly like underscores either, but lots of
>Kevin Darcy <k...@daimlerchrysler.com> wrote:
>>Barry Margolin wrote:
>>>>Barry Margolin wrote:
>>>>>>Hmmm, okay, I'll go tell our plant-floor folks that they can't use their
>>>>>What's your problem? Just put "check-names master ignore" in the
>>>>My only point is that a default setting of "fail" would be rather
>>>Another point in favor of that default is that it's a safer setting. If
>>>If the default doesn't match your needs for private use, they only
>>I can sort of see that point, Barry, but as I've already asserted in
>> - Kevin
>I don't see why underscores should be used AT ALL, there have been
folks do, and don't give a rat's ass about purely-theoretical
interoperability issues. And as long as the (internal or external)
customer is paying the bills, how am I, or any DNS admin, in a position
to say "no"?
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