Using a LAN with Linux boxes.
The responses from the ISP are slower and slower. There is no special reason for that locally, all machines experience the delays. The router did not change / neither the traffic.
I'm thinking of installing a machine with
cache the DNS responses. All other boxes would
resolve from that local server.
- Should I try to use the local DNS server to send requests directly to the
- Or should I simply use the
forwarders(to ISP NS servers)?
- Any better idea, maybe, than installing a local
Thanks for your inputs - don't we have privacy implications when using an external name server? This is also true for my local ISP, but the scale is much smaller.
For instance, Google knows already a lot - using their DNS would tell them all the sites visited...
Or am I becoming paranoid ;-)