Quoting Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions (michele at blacknight.ie):
> I have used it more than once Rick :)
That is not apparent from your remarks.
> > I'm rather less than impressed, really.
>> It depends what you are trying to check.
I'm trying to check for oversights, errors, and weaknesses in my
> I use DNS doctor a lot for checking IE domains BEFORE they are live in
> the IE zone.
"IE zones"? Surely you jest. I'm talking about real DNS administration.
> DNSDoctor will run as many tests as DNSReport, but you may not see the
> results unless you actually specify that you want to
I've now experimented at some length with available options on
http://demo.dnsdoctor.org/ , and have yet to produce results that are
both correct and usefully exhaustive. The erroneous data returned
concerning deirdre.org were particularly disheartening, but I'm trying
not to judge the site too hastily.
Anyway: The results returned for linuxmafia.com from that form remain,
after much experimentation, part error, part irrelevant, and nowhere
near particularly useful -- in my view.
Good luck with your "IE zones", though.
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