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| * Kae Verens (kverens at webworks.ie) [040205 16:14]:
|>We call the local machines *.im
| Just to be picky, but it is bad practice to use a public top level
| domain for internal use.
Why is this bad practice?
I think having private top level domains makes sense (so long as they
don't conflict with 'real' toplevel domains of course). I have my
192.168.* machines on *.lan. Those with interfaces to the outside world
have real IP addresses and 'real' DNS names. This way same the machine
can have the same 'hostname' on the two networks:
eg. from pi, my little firewall box,
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