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bio website goziggy.com
location Sarasota, FL
age 33
visits member for 5 years, 8 months
seen Nov 29 at 5:10

I am a web developer, ColdFusion programmer, dba, software architect, and systems and network administrator through my consulting business, Ziggy Consulting.

I used to own and operate DtDNS, a DNS hosting and management service with a focus on dynamic DNS services. I started DtDNS in March 1999 and sold it to another company in February 2011.

I also love to fly since I earned my private pilot certificate in 2008.

My primary work is web development with ColdFusion, but I also manage networks of remote thin clients deployed as kiosks, a number of web servers at various locations, and a small data center for a web development/hosting company.


Oct
20
awarded  Custodian
Oct
20
reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to setup a virtual machine inside another virtual machine
Oct
20
reviewed Reviewed DNS Solution for secondaries in a shared hosting enviroment
Oct
20
reviewed Reviewed site taking too much time to load with domain name, but when I open with IP Address it works fine
Oct
20
reviewed Reviewed Internet Explorer isn't auto-discovering http://wpad/wpad.dat auto-config
Oct
20
reviewed Reviewed Flush DNS cache in Ubuntu
Oct
20
awarded  Custodian
Oct
20
awarded  Custodian
Jun
26
comment Error Seting Spf for mail Server
-all is part of the SPF standard, so there should not be an error there unless there is a typo or something in the SPF entry. If the error persists I would contact mxtoolbox and inquire as to what specifically is throwing off their testing utility.
Jun
25
answered Error Seting Spf for mail Server
Jun
18
comment Why does Microsoft.com have a TXT record with only a hash code?
They also have a standard SPF record along side of the base64-encoded string, so not breaking anything. Decoding the encoded record doesn't really give me anything meaningful, just some binary data that they could be using for any number of purposes.
Jun
2
comment Self-Resetting Power Strips?
@MikeAWood A UPS would be ideal and is what I want, but management doesn't want to pay $70-$80 per unit nor do they want to deal with battery replacement every 3-4 years (we're deploying hundreds of kiosks). The deployment will either use a standard power strip/surge protector, or one with an auto-reset option (which is what I'm looking for). Making the reset button user-accessible isn't an option either for a variety of reasons. Modifying a surge protector is an idea, but would likely not pass fire inspection because the parts would lose their UL-listed status.
Jun
1
asked Self-Resetting Power Strips?
Apr
30
awarded  Yearling
Feb
4
comment How can I mount an FTP to a drive letter in windows?
Going on three years later, and WebDrive is still my #1 choice for integrated Windows shell FTP.
Feb
3
answered Setting up wildcard DNS for lots of domains
Feb
3
answered If I see domains MX to google, which address I will have?
Dec
30
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
27
comment ColdFusion 9 server keeps restarting itself
+1 for Fusion Reactor. I have FR deployed on several servers and it's been very helpful in tracking down a variety of unusual problems.
Dec
23
awarded  Self-Learner