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_443._tcp.example.com record give an error.
Problem reported by Lewis - January 31 at 6:26 AM
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_443._tcp.example.com give an error bogus _443._tcp.example.com/NS (NXDOMAIN) if you test it on dnsviz.net.

Complete error:
    NSEC proving non-existence of _tcp.example.com/NS: No NSEC RR covers the SNAME (_tcp.example.com).
    NSEC proving non-existence of _tcp.example.com/NS: No NSEC RR covers the SNAME (_tcp.example.com).
    _443._tcp.example.com/TLSA: A query for _443._tcp.example.com results in a NOERROR response, while a query for its ancestor, _tcp.example.com, returns a name error (NXDOMAIN), which indicates that subdomains of _tcp.example.com, including _443._tcp.example.com, don't exist.

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Lewis Replied
March 22 at 5:37 AM
Any idea when this bug will be solved?

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