History of 220.127.116.11. What's the story?
rgolodner at infratection.com
Sun Feb 14 16:37:20 CST 2010
On Sun, 2010-02-14 at 17:20 -0500, Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:
> Besides, it is quicker / better to use your local ISP's RNS. If
> something goes wrong, you can fall back to OpenDNS or L3, and, of
> course, yell at the _company_you_are_paying_ when their stuff doesn't
> work. :)
The best advice I have read all day. I have recently been on a few
networks that will not allow 18.104.22.168 to resolve for the clients.
Cisco tech support tells their customers (us) to use it when testing.
Perhaps this is not such a good practice.
Patrick is correct. Use your own stuff and yell when it does not work.
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