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DNS Standards

Although the core DNS standards (as set forth in RFCs 1034 and 1035) have been well-established since their acceptance as standards in 1987, numerous revisions to DNS have been made in the intervening years. These revisions have been brought about by additional RFCs and Internet drafts, which are independently authored and submitted to the IETF for further circulation and review before being accepted as standards throughout the Internet.

Table 5.8 lists the accepted and proposed RFC standards that Windows 2000 supports.

Table 5.8 DNS-related RFC Standards Supported by Windows   2000

Number

Status

Title

1034

Standard

Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities

1035

Standard

Domain Names - Implementation and Specification

1123

Standard

Requirements for Internet Hosts - Application and Support

1886

Proposed

DNS Extensions to Support IP Version 6

1995

Proposed

Incremental Zone Transfer in DNS

1996

Proposed

A Mechanism for Prompt DNS Notification of Zone Changes

2136

Proposed

Dynamic Updates in the Domain Name System (DNS UPDATE)

2181

Standards Track

Clarifications to the DNS Specification

2308

Standards Track

Negative Caching of DNS Queries (DNS NCACHE)

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