Brian E Carpenter | 4 Jan 22:17 2009
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Renumbering needs work

A draft on this topic has been updated:
http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-carpenter-renum-needs-work-01.txt

Comments and discussion are invited on the OPS Area list,
ops-area <at> ietf.org

  Brian Carpenter
  Ran Atkinson
  Hannu Flinck

P.S. Apologies if you receive multiple copies, but that seems
preferable to cross-posting to multiple lists.

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SM | 19 Jan 07:47 2009
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SRV Protocol Label Registry

Hello,

RFC 2782 defines the following format for the SRV RR:

  _Service._Proto.Name

RFC 3263 defines SRV lookups of _sip._tcp.example.com.  Can _sip be 
registered in a Label registry as a protocol that provides services 
such as _bip._sip.example.com?

Regards,
-sm

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Alfred Hönes | 19 Jan 21:53 2009
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Re: SRV Protocol Label Registry

Folks,
I apologize for cross-posting, but a post to DNSOP has touched
a topic arguably in scope for DNSEXT, the 'home' of RFC 2782.

At Sun, 18 Jan 2009 22:47:05 -0800, SM <sm <at> resistor.net> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> RFC 2782 defines the following format for the SRV RR:
>
>  _Service._Proto.Name
>
>
> RFC 3263 defines SRV lookups of _sip._tcp.example.com.
> Can _sip be registered in a Label registry as a protocol
> that provides services such as _bip._sip.example.com?

No -- currently !     :-(

Unfortunately, at present, it can't, for the simple reason that
RFC 2782 had overlooked establishing such IANA Registry, and
nobody had undertaken this effort since!  :-)

Because of recurring need observed in various WGs for having such
registry, shortly before IETF 73, Olafur Gudmunsson has started
such effort with draft-gudmundsson-dns-srv-registry-00.

I have contributed a bunch of material as possible additions to
that draft, providing evidence of existing usage defined in RFCs,
which reveals that until now, the following  _<protocol>  labels
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