In 2009 I wrote about draft-ietf-dnsop-as112-under-attack-help-help-02. In 2011 the IETF released this document as RFC 6305. As an operator of currently one AS112 ANYCAST Node and several NTP POOL servers I know how true and necessary this RFC really is.
Telnic today published a preview on the new .tel page layout.
Henri did it again TelNIC added new features to the TelHosting Application today. Some of them are: .tel contact record labels are now UTF-8 and much longer. backup/restore data add long descriptions to your contact items change text for your goto links
The TelHosting and TelProxy were recently updated to support a custom heading for .tel domains. The custom heading allows you to customize the text that displays as the heading of your .tel web page instead of your domain name. You can enter text in any language and use special characters.
Recently Telnic released a whitepaper on Advertisements within .tel, at first sight a feature for domainers, but there is more. Very recently I added a sub-folder called links to my .tel domain and moved all the links to other websites etc to this sub-folder, the listing on the front page just got to long. With [...]
Yesterday, I added MX records to my .tel domain. Works fine so far, so I thought about pimping my SIP URI and I added an SRV record to my .tel domain. My SIP URI is now sip:firstname.lastname@example.org, this is the required record: dig _sip._udp.mcs.tel in srv
This document really exists here: http://mit.edu/sip/sip.edu/dns.shtml It’s also useful for .tel domains, more on that in one of the next posts.
Today Patrick brought my attention to a fact which I ignored during the last weeks, MX records for .tel domains. So I downloaded the PHP version of the Telhosting Client from http://dev.telnic.org/trac/browser/apps/php/trunk (SVN: http://dev.telnic.org/rep/apps/php/trunk). It took about 5 minutes to download the WSDL file from my registrar, patch the WSDL file and configure my domain [...]