On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 11:18 PM, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> Quoting Lance Dryden (lkd-ilug at sky-haven.net):
>>> I'm guessing "lisa.com" is the root of the DNS zone. As someone else
>> explained, CNAMEs are supposed not to coexist with anything else.
>> People tend to overuse CNAMEs -- using them where they're not really
> needed nor very useful, and running afoul of limitations on what those
> can do, where an equivalent A record would have no such problem.
Actually, I thought it was always the otherway around, that people
were overusing A records when they should be using CNAMES, have
regularly seen people pulled up for it on lists, thought I was being a
Thanks for the heads up guys, has been most informative... off now to fix...
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