Commit bcfa4986 authored by Shawn Routhier's avatar Shawn Routhier
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Fix typos adoped => adopted synced => synchronized

parent 81bf161c
......@@ -661,8 +661,8 @@ Dynamic DNS Updates References</h3>
<a class='info' href='#RFC4701'>RFC4701<span> (</span><span class='info'>Stapp, M., Lemon, T., and A. Gustafsson, &ldquo;A DNS Resource Record (RR) for Encoding Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Information (DHCID RR),&rdquo; October&nbsp;2006.</span><span>)</span></a> [RFC4701] which describes the DHCID
RR used in DNS to perform a kind of atomic locking.
</p>
<p>ISC DHCP adoped early versions of these documents, and has not
yet synced up with the final standards versions.
<p>ISC DHCP adopted early versions of these documents, and has not
yet synchronized with the final standards versions.
</p>
<p>For RFCs 4702 and 4704, the 'N' bit is not yet supported. The
result is that it is always set zero, and is ignored if set.
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......@@ -535,8 +535,8 @@ Hankins [Page 9]
[RFC4701] which describes the DHCID RR used in DNS to perform a kind
of atomic locking.
ISC DHCP adoped early versions of these documents, and has not yet
synced up with the final standards versions.
ISC DHCP adopted early versions of these documents, and has not yet
synchronized with the final standards versions.
For RFCs 4702 and 4704, the 'N' bit is not yet supported. The result
is that it is always set zero, and is ignored if set.
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<?xml version='1.0' ?>
<!-- $Id: References.xml,v 1.3.400.1.10.1 2011/07/01 18:40:08 sar Exp $ -->
<!-- $Id: References.xml,v 1.3.400.1.10.2 2011/07/05 16:59:16 sar Exp $ -->
<?rfc private="ISC-DHCP-REFERENCES" ?>
......@@ -540,8 +540,8 @@
<xref target="RFC4701">RFC4701</xref> which describes the DHCID
RR used in DNS to perform a kind of atomic locking.</t>
<t>ISC DHCP adoped early versions of these documents, and has not
yet synced up with the final standards versions.</t>
<t>ISC DHCP adopted early versions of these documents, and has not
yet synchronized with the final standards versions.</t>
<t>For RFCs 4702 and 4704, the 'N' bit is not yet supported. The
result is that it is always set zero, and is ignored if set.</t>
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