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ATMA - Asynchronous Transfer Mode Address

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An ATMA-record maps a domain name to an ATM address.

The ATM address can be specified in either E.164 format (decimal) or NSAP format (hexadecimal).

You can use the ATMA-record in the Raw form only on our servers. The format in which to enter the data is as follows:

Raw form:
@ 86400 ATMA 39.246f.000e7c9c031200010001.000012345678.00
@ 86400 ATMA +358.400.1234567

Where @ is the root zone name, 86400 is the TTL and the number following is the data in HEX unless preceeded by a + which indicates decimal.

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