On Thu, 24 Apr 2003 11:00:17 EDT, Eric Rosen said:
transparency.) The fact that A gives B an address of C rather than a name
of C doesn't seem relevant at all; after all, names just resolve to
addresses; I think the name vs. address issue is a red herring in this
I'm not at ALL convinced it's a red herring in the least.
In fact, it may be relevant that it uses an address rather than the name of C,
because it's certainly conceivable that A gives B a name which *when resolved
by B* results in something that can get to C.
One example: Akamai DNS...
(OK, all you 'The DNS must be consistent' fanatics can shoot me now ;)
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