Re: (insert subject here)

Dave Zarzycki (zarzycki@ricochet.net)
Sat, 31 May 97 14:15:44 -0700


>am I missing it or is hoopeston.k12-il-us not listed in the level 3 domain
>list ?

Well, with the names that your reverse DNS servers yield, it it no
surprise. Technically, hoopeston.k12-il-us is not a valid domain name and
should be hoopeston.k12.il.us. The difference is that hoopeston.k12-il-us
is broken because of the dashes.

Besides, once this is fixed, the Level III statistics should show
k12.il.us, and the level II would show il.us. Your school is a *forth*
level domain... (Sniff... ;-)

I have a remotely similar problem with many of the apple.com machines
that I have set up.

intranet yields:
17.1.1.1 ---> fakehost.boguslevel3domain.apple.com
internet yields:
17.1.1.1 ---> A17-1-1-1.apple.com

Because of this setup, most apple.com hosts are lost in the level three
statistics because they do not share a common level three domain on the
outside world.

Dave Zarzycki

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Dave Zarzycki Student
Workgroup Server QA Tester Irvington High School
Apple Computer, Inc. dazarzycki@irvington.org
zarzycki@apple.com