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Defines the number of seconds for a SecondaryNameServer to keep zone records, and answer authoritatively with them if it can't contact the PrimaryNameServer. (so, if the above refresh fails, and it's been retrying for this long).
Defines the number of seconds that a client should remember that a negative response was received from this server. So, if a remote server asks us what the address for <tt>foo.ethernal.tla</tt> is but it doesn't exist, it will cache the negative answer we gave it for this many seconds, even if we add that name to the zone a couple of seconds later.
Up to 255 bytes of arbitrary binary data. Specified in RFC:1035.
A more comprehensive list of ResourceRecord~s is at: http://www.dns.net/dnsrd/rr.html