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Microsoft's round robin DNS?



Has anybody seen how Microsoft implements their DNS?

I'm a little confused because they return a connect refused and then
expect to roll over to their next host. I'm guessing this is something
that explorer knows about. Something that netscape did earlier with
their browsers. But Netscape catches the connect refused and doesn't
proceed to the next host. 

Anybody?

robert:/export/home/robert>telnet www.microsoft.com 80                    19:16
Trying 207.68.137.62...
telnet: connect to address 207.68.137.62: Connection refused
Connected to www.microsoft.com.
Escape character is '^]'.
^Cquit
Connection closed by foreign host.
robert:/export/home/robert>telnet www.microsoft.com 80                    19:16
Trying 207.68.137.62...
telnet: connect to address 207.68.137.62: Connection refused
Connected to www.microsoft.com.
Escape character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.
robert:/export/home/robert>                              

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