In <015701c58343$5fe55640$840cea3c(_at_)lennon> "Craig Whitmore"
Interesting, thanks. Do you reject PermError ? Your table
says "unable to parse ip4:188.8.131.52/0", parsing this should
be not the real issue... ;-)
Well 184.108.40.206/0 is well quite incorrect and well what should I do?
For the verification tool, I would give a Warning rather than an
error. Several of the other validation tools do likewise, as does
For example you could also give a warning if the domain doesn't exist
for the a: and mx: mechanism, or if no A records can be found with
those mechanisms. In particular, things like a:220.127.116.11 are fairly
common, but the spec now requires that you reject it because "4" is
not a valid TLD. Instead, you could also give the helpful hint that
ip4:18.104.22.168 is probably what they want. Likewise, the use of ipv4:
instead of ip4: could be explained better than simply saying that
"ipv4 is an unknown mechanism".