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I-D ACTION:draft-hall-qtype-addr-01.txt

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	Title		: The ADDR DNS Query-Type
	Author(s)	: E. Hall
	Filename	: draft-hall-qtype-addr-01.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 2003-11-26
This document defines mechanisms for providing all IP address 
resource records (specifically including any A and AAAA resource 
records) in DNS response messages. Specifically, this document 
defines an 'ADDR' query-type which allows a system to issue a 
single lookup for all of the addressing resource records 
associated with a domain name (explicitly including any IPv4 and 
IPv6 resource records), and also defines an algorithm for DNS 
servers to use when returning supplemental address data in the 
additional-data section of a response message.

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