Colm Buckley wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 4:06 PM, Pádraig Brady <P at draigbrady.com> <mailto:P at draigbrady.com>> wrote:
>>> Wouldn't that be slower that using your ISPs servers though?
>>> Nope. Because your server will cache results from previous queries.
Well on my linux desktop my brower also caches requests
(for 60s by default I think), and nscd also does I think,
and my wireless access point also caches.
I was worried about the latency of contacting a root server.
Also I'm not sure what processing is required for these servers
to do a lookup.
> Perhaps it would be better to explicitly forward to opendns?
>> Nope. OpenDNS are evil.
They do have a lot of control at the moment,
and they resolve google to their own servers,
but that's for benevolent reasons they say:
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