By Anand Buddhdev Since 1992, the RIPE NCC has been the only Regional Internet Registry to offer a secondary DNS server to its members, called LIRs with a /16-sized IPv4 allocation or a /32-sized IPv6 allocation have been able to use this service to ensure the stability of the DNS service for these large allocations, as they were considered essential to Internet operations. However, this service is challenging to support for many reasons, and we believe it is now time to retire it.

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