Nxdomain redirect revenue

Alexander Harrowell a.harrowell at gmail.com
Mon Sep 26 03:18:10 CDT 2011


On Sunday 25 Sep 2011 23:37:20 Nick Hilliard wrote:
> On 25/09/2011 12:39, Alexander Harrowell wrote:
> > I think a special mention should go to hardware vendors who adopt 
this 
> > dreadful practice in network equipment. I recently encountered an 
> > enterprise-grade WLAN router from vendor D that has the horrible 
habit 
> 
> It is not libellous to associate a vendor's real name with calmly 
stated
> matters of objective fact concerning their products.
> 
> I'd be interested to know the particular model that you're referring 
to
> here - like you, to put it on a list of kit that I will never buy.
> 
> Re: "enterprise-grade" - did you mean this as a compliment or an 
insult?
> 
> Nick
> 

It's D-Link, if you hadn't guessed, and it's the DIR series.

Regarding "enterprise", these devices are not service provider kit but 
they're not under-the-TV-set either, and our use-case is basically 
typical of a branch-office set up. In which the DIR works really well, 
if it didn't do demented things with DNS.

-- 
The only thing worse than e-mail disclaimers...is people who send e-mail 
to lists complaining about them
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