> "Aaron Burke" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > To my knowlege, yes. Lets say you had a server called www.
> > You would just give it two addresses in your domain configuration
> > files.
> > 
> > www IN      CNAME
> > www IN      CNAME
> > www IN      CNAME
> That should be A records, not CNAMEs.
Err, you are correct, my mistake.

> > The DNS standard will give out a different address for every
> > query. To get the address twice, you would have
> > to make 4 unique queries for the server records.
> Where does the standard say that?  Most servers will return the
> records in the same order each time by default, and my reading of the
> standards is that this is perfectly acceptable behaviour.

I have personally not read the standard. It is just information
thats been given to me by some knowlegable friends.

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