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Jan
10
comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
I know i don't HAVE to run my own DNS server, most registrars will offer that service for me. But i want to run my own DNS servers. Instead of a registrar (GoDaddy for example) being the authoritative name server, i want my server to be the authoritative name server. This makes management much simpler from my end.
Jan
10
comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
No that is web hosting, not DNS hosting.
Jan
10
comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
I understand the hierarchal system, i know a third party has to insert the record into the root servers. What i want to avoid is having the third parties DNS servers acting as a relay. I want the root servers to say the authoritative DNS server for my domain is my server.
Jan
10
asked Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
Jan
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comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
ls -li returns no such file or directory. As if it sees the file but then decides it doesn't exist. a normal ls works fine but doesn't show the inode.
Jan
8
comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
Yes, it will just return no such file or directory
Jan
8
revised Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
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Jan
8
comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
I tried that, ls will just return ls: 1386141318.M854059PΈ3Ώ62.email.vantagetitle.com,S?11304,W11473:2,Sbc: No such file or directory
Jan
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asked Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
Jan
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accepted IPFW Forward outgoing traffic
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answered IPFW Forward outgoing traffic
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Dec
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accepted Multiple DHCP servers on a single physical network?
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answered Multiple DHCP servers on a single physical network?
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asked Windows 7 / 2008 connect to VPN at login with Group Policy
Dec
16
comment Multiple DHCP servers on a single physical network?
I would tend to choose the VLAN option, because all of the suites are already wired together as a single network. There are a total of 20 suites. I was actually looking at some Cisco Catalyst 3500 series switches. 100Mbps should be fine considering the users will have their own gigabit switches for their internal traffic.
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