On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 02:46:40PM +0000, Ben Laurie wrote:
> >     Er... Allow me the option o fdisbeleiving your assertion.
> >     PTR records can and do point to mutiple names.  Some narrow
> >     implementations have assumed that there will only be a single
> >     data element and this myth - that PTRs only point to a single
> >     name - is and has been spread widely.
> You can disbelieve my assertion if you wish, but I am only quoting the 
> RFC. RFC 1035, to be precise:
> "Address nodes are used to hold pointers to primary host names
> in the normal domain space."
> (section 3.5. IN-ADDR.ARPA domain). So, the "myth" is in the scripture.

        ah... open to interpretation.  what is a "primary" host name?


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