On Mon, 22 Nov 1999, Dave Airlie wrote:
> > What do I need to register with Internic.
> you need to give the Internic two IP addresses for two DNS servers that
> are fully net connected 100% of the time, that's all really, and then you
> have to setup those two DNS's on those two IP's to do the rest ...
And give them the proper hostnames of the two servers as well.
Two other things you should fo:
1. Always tell ESAT you're doing this - after the fact.
2. Don't try and run a DNS server unless you know exactly what you're
doing. I'm not saying this applies to you, but there are too many people
out there who don't. Most of whom seem to be working for "small ISPs".
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