[EXTERNAL]Re: Don't need someone with clue @ Network Solutions.

Matthew Crocker matthew at corp.crocker.com
Fri Dec 18 19:03:22 UTC 2020

At this point I've basically given up and I'm moving the 66.59.48.x IPs to a new datacenter over the weekend.  I'll move the DNS servers on the old IPs to the new datacenter and call it a day.   We are trying to get all of the customers to re-register anyway, then I'll shut all of this down.

Thanks for the help

On 12/17/20, 3:16 PM, "NANOG on behalf of John R. Levine" <nanog-bounces+matthew=corp.crocker.com at nanog.org on behalf of johnl at iecc.com> wrote:

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    > a czds dl, however, shows:

    You're right, I checked again.

    > :; zgrep -E ^dns-auth.\.crocker\.com com.txt.gz
    > dns-auth1.crocker.com.        172800  in      a
    > dns-auth2.crocker.com.        172800  in      a
    > dns-auth3.crocker.com.        172800  in      a
    > dns-auth4.crocker.com.        172800  in      a
    > and leaving off the ^ shows that a large number of zones use those.

    Since crocker.com uses different NS, I still don't see why they're in the
    .COM zone.  Making inquiries.

    John Levine, johnl at taugh.com, Primary Perpetrator of "The Internet for Dummies",
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