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Run a Root-Server
The Maximal number of Root-Servers in a root system is 13. Public-Root is still looking for volunteers to run a Root Server in certain parts of the world.

How to volunteer your organization or company?
All Root-Servers in the world are operated by volunteers. The Public-Root Root-Servers too. Public-Root is setting up a global Root Server System with 13 Master Root-Servers and many instances (mirrors) to support all providers world-wide. The Public-Root Server Advisory Committee (PRSAC) co-ordinates the geographical deployment, distribution and testing of root systems in the Public DNS.


To become a Root Operator you will need:

  • A spare Linux Server.
  • Redundant data line.
  • One available IP number.
  • Knowledge about Linux Servers.
  • Knowledge about DNS.
  • To be available in case of emergencies.

If you are located in an area with many Internet Users and ISPs and no Root-Server in the vicinity, please consider to become a Public-Root Operator. A Public-Root operator may not be commercially involved with INAIC, Public-Root, UN1D, TLD.NAME, UCDA or any other public Internet body. If you would like to volunteer to run a Root-Server, please submit your request below.

 


Volunteer to run a Root-Server
1.  Fill in the information in the form below
2.  Click on Submit
3.  To start over, click Reset
* indicates required fields
 * First Name:   
 * Last Name:   
Company Name:   
* Address:
 
* City:
 
State:
 
* Zip:
 
* Country:
 
* Phone Number:
 
Cell Phone:
 
* Email:
 
* Internet Connection:
 
* Available IP Number:
 
* Available Hardware:
Please let us know what hardware you have available. Public-Root has set some minimal requirements. Meeting these requirements should be sufficient." 
 
* Why would you volunteer to run a Root Server ?:
Public-Root would like to know why you would volunteer to run a Root-Server. Please note that when you are commercially involved with INAIC, Public-Root, UN1D, TLD.NAME, UCDA or any other public Internet body, your request to run a Root-Server will be denied." 
 
Remarks
Please report any relevant data that may be important to your request. e.g. what company you run, or your experience with DNS, Bind, Operating Systems, etc." 
 

Access to and use of this root request form is a privilege, and it should be treated as such by all users.
If you use this form in ways that it was not intended for, your access will be revoked.

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