"Paul Curtayne" said:
> I have spent a lot of time recently checking out web-hosting services.
> Suffice to say that the main Irish ISP's are unbelievably expensive
> (20mb with Tinet is ~1000 quid per year).
> Not surprisingly, US companies are *very* cheap.
On a similar subject -- anyone got any recommendations for secondary MXs
or hosting for DNS (primary or secondary)? Does anyone do this sort of
I seem to recall seeing a DNS secondary exchange a good while ago, where
you could do a deal with other small networks to swap DNS secondary
service for each others' nets for free. That was quite neat.
I also kind of vaguely remember a secondary MX exchange, for the same
(Basically I'm thinking of (finally) snarfing a personal domain for
myself, but without an always-on net connection (yet at least) and without
splashing out too much $$$. Surely there must be a free DNS service out
PS: I must say, the internet's got fierce commercial, not like when Nick
@ IEunet used to secondary our domains for free ;)
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