Google DNS intermittent ServFail for Disney subdomain

Mike O'Connor mjo at dojo.mi.org
Mon Oct 23 21:39:44 CST 2017


:I know it doesn't help your problem, but friends don't let friends use public DNS resolvers (Google, L3, Open DNS, etc.). ;-) 

I've been experimenting with using Google's DNS resolvers for Google's
assorted domains.  At some point, I keep meaning to add Google's address
space as in-addr.arpa domains, but just haven't gotten there yet.  

Why?  Just curious, that's all.  Thus far, I haven't really noted any
major differences, but wasn't sure what to expect.  Maybe something
would be notably faster/slower, maybe different results/ads/whatever,
I dunno.  It just seemed reasonable to punt Google DNS to Google DNS
and see how things work.  YMMV, void where prohibited.


~Mike

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 Michael J. O'Connor                                          mjo at dojo.mi.org
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