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Re: [SLUG] Secondary DNS
- To: Craige McWhirter <craigem@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Secondary DNS
- From: David <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu Nov 23 20:41:26 2000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx, dean@xxxxxxxxxxx
Excuse my limited knowledge, but is there any good reason why various
people with permanent connections (such as myself) cannot act as
secondaries for each other by agreement? Before shifting to Optus, Telstra
supplied my secondary DNS, but now I am in the precarious position of
being my own secondary since Optus do not offer this service.
On Thu, 23 Nov 2000, Craige McWhirter wrote:
> GraniteCanyon are the pits. For six months now I have not been able
> to get them doing anything useful (see "dig
> mcwhirter.com.au@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"). Sure they set me up as
> Primary/Secondary DNS but none of the RR's I submit appear in the
> records, my domain is never rejected or report errors and when I go
> into the config, all my RR's are there but each server reload they
> fail to appear in the records for ns1.granitecanyon.com
> Try them, expect frustration :)
> Anand Kumria wrote:
> > On Wed, Nov 22, 2000 at 11:19:09PM +1100, Dean Hamstead wrote:
> >> Anyonw got an url for free secondary DNS
> >> server hosting? (if thats the term)
> >> Ive seen one posted here before.
> > granitecanyon.com I think is the one.
> > progsoc will also be a secondary for you (or anyone else).
> > Contact me about progsoc off-list.
> > Anand
> Apt-get a clue. Apt-get Debian.
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