Cesidian Root (CRt) DNS undergoing changes
The Cesidian Root (CRt) underwent major changes recently, and we now have a new machine for the a.root in Germany that is faster, and that runs more up-to-date software. It also has a new IPv4 address, as well as a new native IPv6 address.
The b.root has been temporarily removed until we get more IP addresses. The cz.root and ru.root have been completely removed.
All Cesidian Root DNS servers are DNSSEC-enabled, and we now have servers in Germany, France, Austria, Czech Republic, Sweden, Italy, Japan and Australia.
Soon we should also have servers in the US. You can always check the status of all CRt servers at the URL below.
The Cesidian Root is a global Internet that was started on 30 September 2005. On 23 November 2005, the Cesidian Root became a fully-fledged DNS root server system, and on 11 January 2006 it became a complete alternative Internet, carrying the entire contents of several root server systems. On 8 March 2006, the Cesidian Root became both an intercontinental alternative Internet, and the first micronational multinational.
Cesidian Root (CRt) is an accredited observer organisation in Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA), and is an NGO in Consultative Status with the Organization of Emerging African States (OEAS). On 2 March 2012, the Cesidian Root was featured in an article by Fox News about the "World Wide Weird".
Special thanks to the Hon. Kai Kellner, UMMOA Minister of Information Technology and Infrastructure, and the Cesidian Root's Master Root Officer, and to all Cesidian Root Officers for their hard work and dedication.