how bad is it for MX and NS records for a zone to list hosts that are
in child zones of a domain (if it is bad at all..)?
@ NS bar.xx
xx NS ...
<etc.. more delegations>
@ MX 10 eek.urg
obviously the foo.com. zone will have to have the glue records for all
the NS records, and the com. registry will also have the addresses of
so it'll /work/ fine, and it's quite common for NS and MX records to
point to hosts outside of the zone itself. so i can't see any reason
why NS and MX records could not be to hosts in child zones of the zone
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