L3: Google from DC via the Netherlands?
William Allen Simpson
william.allen.simpson at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 21:04:18 UTC 2009
Peter Beckman wrote:
> SO. Who's problem is this to fix? Is it:
> 1. Me? Am I a dope for using a very reliable but anycasted resolving
> name service? Clearly, I could just use the handy dandy easy to
> remember because I worked there 198.6.1.x, or is that an Internet
> faux pas because technically I wasn't given permission to use it?
We are network operators. We all use robust distributed name servers,
along with our own (usually hidden) primary.
But as a network operator, why aren't you running your own caching resolver?
Not since the '80s have I ever needed to point at somebody else's resolver,
the DNS is much better distributed now.
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