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accepted Beginning a company's digital certificate infrastructure
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comment Beginning a company's digital certificate infrastructure
@MichaelZ - I always thought that big companies have their own master certs that they use to issue other certs (still directly related to the company's brands) for new SSL sites, digital signatures, code signing, etc. I didn't think they were resolved to buying a separate cert for each activity (besides wildcard SSL).
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comment Are there typically rate limits to querying DNS?
Great! Thanks! ....
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accepted Are there typically rate limits to querying DNS?
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comment Are there typically rate limits to querying DNS?
No I don't think I can DoS google. I said that. But I just don't know what the limit is before I end up on some blacklist.
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comment Are there typically rate limits to querying DNS?
But what might that limit be? How slow should I have to go to avoid getting errors?
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comment Are there typically rate limits to querying DNS?
And I've reviewed google's FAQs and I don't see hard numbers. But that doesn't mean they would take kindly to it. I'm just checking.
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comment Are there typically rate limits to querying DNS?
sorry, 8.8.8.8 is google's public DNS. And the "trouble" would be either causing a DoS (unlikely) or at least appearing to be attempting a DoS (even though I'm not, the purpose is legit).
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comment Azure Point-to-Site VPN but no DNS
FQDNs don't work either. Yes, the DNS of the virtual network points to the dns/domain controller as registered in Azure. The domain controller is the only VM - I'd like to join my laptop to that domain through the VPN which I think works fine but let me know otherwise. I have a similar setup - same subscription, distinct Virtual Network, distinct domain, DC and member. DNS works fine internally there and still fails over VPN (didn't have a need for that in that particular setup).
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comment Azure Point-to-Site VPN but no DNS
The Azure VPN adapter doesn't give the traditional options for IP address and dns configuration. But the main adapter is set to "obtain automatically". Strangely, (and when connected) ipconfig /all doesn't show any adapter that I recognize as being the VPN!
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