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[I inadvertently deleted the message to which I'm replying.]

When mapping call signs to ip addresses, I'd just have declared that
<callsign>.ampr.org is a subdomain.  To do that now you might have to
add an extra level of indirection: <callsign>.id.ampr.org or some
such.

Once you've established the convention, you can establish arbitrary
records (A, MX, CNAME, SOA, ...) for each call sign.

[Aside: my earlier comment on routing protocols was not meant to
circumvent well designed mechanisms such as RSPF, but to enhance them
in a meaningful fashion for degraded conditions.]

-- 
Raul D. Miller          N=:((*/pq)&|)@                 NB. public e, y, n=:*/pq
<rockwell@nova.umd.edu> P=:*N/@:#               NB. */-.,e e.&factors t=:*/<:pq
                        1=t|e*d    NB. (,-:<:)pq is four large primes, e medium
x-:d P,:y=:e P,:x                  NB. (d P,:y)-:D P*:N^:(i.#D)y [. D=:|.@#.d




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