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Title : Explanation of the registry/registrar concept
Author(s) : P. Faltstrom
Filename : draft-faltstrom-registry-registrar-00.txt
Pages : 6
Date : 14-Jun-01
In discussions between IETF and ITU regarding administration of
services specificed according to RFC 2916 [ENUM], it is observed
that several documents talk about registries and registrars
in a way which is not in accordance with normal use in the DNS.
To help the discussions, IETF has via the ISOC Sector Membership
in ITU-T submitted this text to the Q.1/2 Rapporteurs meeting in
Oslo 25th - 29th June 2001.
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