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I-D ACTION:draft-esibov-dnsop-suppress-queries-00.txt

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	Title		: Suppressing DNS queries to the names under reserved 
                          top level domains
	Author(s)	: L. Esibov, S. Kwan
	Filename	: draft-esibov-dnsop-suppress-queries-00.txt
	Pages		: 3
	Date		: 26-Feb-01
A set of top level domains was recently reserved for testing and
documentation purposes. Currently, there is work in progress to reserve
a top level domain to be used only in private networks. It is inevitable
that some DNS queries for the names under these domains will leak to the
Internet. To prevent the load of such ineffectual queries on the root
servers, special configuration of the public DNS servers is recommended
in this document

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