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Re: [SLUG] Should I host my own domain?
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Should I host my own domain?
- From: Alexander Stanley <alexanderwstanley@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 10:25:57 +1100
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Sam Lawrance wrote:
> On 17/02/2007, at 1:27 AM, Alexander Stanley wrote:
>> G'day guys,
>> I'm actually doing a similar thing but I' m actually on a Dynamic IP
>> (iiNet). What you'll find is that there are nasty hacky ways to deal
>> with that (like DynDNS)... but if your IP cycles fast it goes out to the
>> corner and sulks for a while, blocking you out and making you have to
>> send a nice "I'm sorry for spamming your servers with IP updates without
>> thinking about it," while quietly planning an eloquent revenge against
>> whichever demonic entity at the ISP is actually responsible (and is no
>> doubt cackling like the back row of an art class huffing the drugs in
>> copious amounts).
> Sheesh, get a static IP :-)))
At $30 a month? I think not :) It's no issue for EveryDNS (or a few
others), and the dirty background hacky ways like using two DynDNS sets
for name servers also works fine as the IP Doesn't change until you
reconnect on most DSL services. Situation seems fine to me.