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Is DNS a Stateless Protocol? [closed]

Is DNS considered stateless, if yes why so? Knowing that the local DNS for example once it learns the a mapping it caches the name to address translation for some time, doesn't that qualify DNS as ...
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2 interface, 2 ISP - Application Binding?

I have 2 interfaces - Wlan0 and Eth0, and both of them have separate internet lines - X & Y ISP. I want some applications to use WLAN and some to use ETH to send/receive traffic. Where can I bind ...
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Can anyone guess what protocol these packets belong to?

We see these packets being injected in an FTP-DTP channel during a downlink file transfer on Telstra's NEXTG mobile network. We are not sure if these are network level packets, a problem with our 3G ...