short, two part question ICANN Vs. The World

Justin M. Streiner streiner at
Mon Jun 23 21:24:17 UTC 2014

On Mon, 23 Jun 2014, stovetop 202 wrote:

> What do you mean by if anyone can see it?
> The lines are now closed off from the public's view.. but the textbooks 
> still teach you that you should be able to have access freely.  Is it 
> the data on the hard line that you're worried people can see?

It would help if you'd provide an explanation of what you're trying to 
accomplish.  It almost sounds like some combination of firewalls and proxy 
servers to provide some separation between your network(s) and the rest of 
the global Internet might be a more functional solution than doing odd 
things with DNS.

Bear in mind that a lot of the answers you get will probably be along the 
lines of "it depends" or "this might work", and come with an implied 
disclaimer (no guarantees).  People might also recommend that you consider 
engaging a consultant to design/build what you need.


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