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		    Good Zones for Testing Dlint

Some nameservers are set up to disallow AXFR's by non authorized hosts.
What's worse, some of them return _zero_records_ rather than an error!
All nameservers USWest has set up for DHCP-serving IP addresses to their
customers have this "bug" as of Feb 1998:

	csh# dig @ns2.uswest.net. 190.225.207.in-addr.arpa. axfr
	; <<>> DiG 2.2 <<>> @ns2.uswest.net. 190.225.207.in-addr.arpa. axfr 
	; (1 server found)
	;; Received 0 answers (0 records).
	;; FROM: fire.domtools.com to SERVER: 206.196.128.1
	;; WHEN: Sun May 17 01:01:41 1998
	csh# echo $status
	0

This happens with these servers:
	ns1.uswest.net.
	ns2.uswest.net.
	ns3.uswest.net.

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earthlink.net.		Really huge domain with numerous subdomains.
			Took >4 hours run-time to lint on a Pentium 166 using
			a direct 256KB (ADSL) connection to the Internet.

vix.com.		Really good test zone: weird domains & sub-sub-domains,
			nonexistent nameservers, multiple levels in 1 zone, etc.

wormhole.p-c-net.net.
defiant.p-c-net.net.

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