[clug] Finding a reliable DNS secondary

Leigh Purdie intersect at gmail.com
Tue Jun 20 04:40:13 GMT 2006

While I had a dynamic IP address, I chose 'changeip.com' as my DNS
server providers. They've been so good/reliable that I have kept them
on even though I'm now static.

I think they're a bit more than 9.95 though - from memory, around 25Au
a year or something.


On 6/20/06, Michael James <Michael.James at csiro.au> wrote:
> Anyone got any recommendations for a DNS secondary provider?
> Blatant self-promotion is fine, (off list if you're really shy)
>  as long as the boasts are borne out (praise and blame on list).
> I already have a little Primary DNS server setup,
>  but want at least 2 reliably connected secondaries.
> So far I've found an outfit doing it for US$8.95/year
>         http://www.dnspark.com
> They also throw in "Mail Guiding" with spam filters
>   ie:  *@my.domain  ->  me at my.isp.com
> I'd like to hear about anything cheaper
>  or closer to home (than Texas).
> TIA,
> michaelj
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