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There are clearly things that a DNS service provider should do, and many more that they could do, to ensure that the service is as reliable as possible. If it appears that the service provider has unreasonable problems it would probably make sense to consider replacing them altogether but then there are also classes or problems where having separately ...


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First, let's address the question in the title. Is it possible to have a secondary managed DNS provider to quickly delegate to "Quick" and "delegation" do not belong in the same sentence together when we're talking about the delegation for the top of the domain. The nameservers operated by the top level domain (TLD) registries typically serve up ...


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To allow incoming traffic only on one port, you should set your default policy for the iptables chain INPUT to REJECT or DROP. Before that, you should at least allow tcp traffic on your ssh port (probably 22) so you don't lock yourself out. iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 22 -J ACCEPT iptables -P INPUT DROP If you want to limit the new connections to ...



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