The URI RR is defined by RFC 7553. It is an alternative to the SRV RR whereby the returned URI strings may be used directly by the requesting application unlike the SRV RR in which the useable URI must be assembled from the search and results information. Similar to the SRV RR it returns both weight and priority values which can be used to select an appropriate URI from multiple results. However, unlike the SRV no port number is returned in the URI RR(s) since this information is contained (where appropriate) in the URI string.
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