RFC 8427. See #45

Stephane Bortzmeyer 4 years ago
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[This is the description of the JSON output format produced by the
*current* code. A work is going on at the IETF to specify a
*current* code. A work was going on at the IETF to specify this
DNS-in-JSON format
<https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-bortzmeyer-dns-json>. The tool and
the IETF document may not agree at every moment.]
<https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-bortzmeyer-dns-json/> but it
is now dead. Another format, slightly different, has been
standardized, in RFC 8427.]
A DNS response is represented as a JSON object. The main members of
this object (the names are self-explanatory) are: