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Sunday, 30 September 2012

How will the e164.arpa domain be organized?

How will the e164.arpa domain be organized?

One convenient way of doing this would be to delegate according to the ITU assigned country codes. It is important to understand, however, that delegation of a country code in DNS can occur at any digit or zone domain in DNS terms.
For example, within the root e164.arpa, there would be:
  • An NS listing for .1.e164.arpa - representing the country code (1) of the North American Numbering Plan (US, Canada, and several Caribbean countries).
  • An NS listing for .4.4.e164.arpa - representing the country code (44) of the UK.
  • An NS listing for .6.4.e164.arpa - representing the country code (46) of Sweden.
  • An NS listing for .1.8.e164.arpa - representing the country code (81) of Japan, and
  • An NS listing for .8.5.3.e164.arpa - representing the country code (358) of Finland.
At the national TN/NS level, further NS delegation [DNAME, CNAME, PTR] can occur with enterprises, TN/NS application service providers, carriers, and even individuals who have DNS servers in their homes.

Why use DNS?

The beauty of DNS is that it exists already and is a global, efficient, open and scalable system. Using DNS for ENUM also provides a low-cost solution.

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