On Monday, February 19, 2018 03:59:18 PM Roberto C. Sánchez wrote:
> Essentially, you cannot guarantee that any arbirtary second-level or
> lower domain will remain unused. However, there are reserved top-level
> domains guaranteed to not be used in any standards-compliant
> implementation and you can also be somewhat certain that new top-level
> domains will not be introduced willy-nilly. So, if you wanted to use
> .abc123 as a top-level domain on your own network, you are probably
> safe.

I could / should have responded to an earlier post, but...

when, in the past, I needed a domain for my LAN, I used "home".

Since then, I've found that I really have no need of a domain name for my LAN. 

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