[rfc-i] xml.resource.org is up again
wesley.george at twcable.com
Fri Jun 6 08:02:48 PDT 2014
On 5/28/14, 11:00 AM, "Tony Hansen" <tony at att.com> wrote:
>Because of the recent DNS changes for xml.resource.org, and the magic of
>redirection, the DNS for xml.resource.org is essentially under IETF
>control. Not 100%, but close enough. (xml.resource.org is now a CNAME
>pointing to a name under ietf.org that we control.)
Since it’s the anniversary of world IPv6 day, I disabled IPv4 at my desk
and tried to do work. Happened to have a draft I needed to run through
That ended badly:
HDCMAC152433:~ e158182$ dig aaaa xml.resource.org
xml.resource.org. 37 IN CNAME xml2rfc.ietf.org.
xml2rfc.ietf.org. 860 IN CNAME zinfandel.tools.ietf.org.
HDCMAC152433:~ e158182$ dig aaaa xml2rfc.ietf.org
xml2rfc.ietf.org. 1799 IN CNAME zinfandel.tools.ietf.org.
HDCMAC152433:~ e158182$ dig aaaa zinfandel.tools.ietf.org
Please fix. Given Happy Eyeballs’ tendency to obscure IPv6 problem by
seamlessly falling back to IPv4, testing with IPv4 disabled may need to
become part of standard rollout procedure in order to ensure that it
actually works over IPv6.
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