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Verisign Speeds Up DNS Updates 131

Posted by michael
from the creating-throwaway-domains-now-much-faster dept.
Changeling writes "According to Matt Larson, a representative of VeriSign Naming and Directory Services, on September 8, 2004 Verisign will be switching from performing 2 updates per day of the .com and .net zones to performing updates every few seconds. According to Matt, 'After the rapid DNS update is implemented, the elapsed time from registrars' add or change operations to the visibility of those adds or changes in all 13 .com/.net authoritative name servers is expected to average less than five minutes." Full story can be found here."
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