On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, Scott Wunsch wrote:
> Actually, that's been superceded by RFC 2782.
aha... that explains the underscores then.
> > eg "_http". arg....)
>> Take a look at the new RFC I mentioned. It does, unfortunately, specify
> that the underscore is now required.
which i dont quite understand, as "_" is not an allowed char in DNS
names. (unless that's changed too).
> Sadly, not many clients do support it.
>>http://dns.vanrein.org/srv/tools/>> There is talk about adding it to Mozilla, but it seems to be primarily talk
> at the moment. Dealing with the failover issues when you're talking about
> an ephemeral protocol like HTTP isn't as easy as it sounds.
> But it really would be nice if this would happen. With SRV records, I'd
> finally accept the idea of <http://wunsch.org/> being a reasonable sort of
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