Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 23 Dec 2006, at 13:06, Conor Daly wrote:
>>> Colm Buckley thought:
>>>> Why don't you install your own? Pretty much every Linux distro
>>> includes bind9...
>>>> And who do you feed from upstream? The root servers? Somebody in
>> Yes, the root hints file is included with the distribution, so the local
> nameserver will do normal recursive queries starting at the root servers
> and cacheing the intermediate results as usual.
Wouldn't that be slower that using your ISPs servers though?
Also if everyone done that wouldn't there be scalability issues?
Perhaps it would be better to explicitly forward to opendns?
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