[nSLUG] Looking for a DNS secondary partner

Michael Crawford mdcrawford at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 17:13:11 ADT 2009


Hi,

I'd like to be your secondary partner.  I have one host in Silicon
Valley and another somewhere in the Netherlands.

I was going to run djbdns - but I've never set up DNS before.  What do you use?

I'm leery of using bind because of it's (in)security history.

Mike Crawford
mdcrawford at gmail.com

On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 9:03 AM, Daniel MacKay <daniel at bonmot.ca> wrote:
> Hello,
> As you all know, I have multiple multiple projects that I work on --
> volunteer, non profit, save the planet, tree hugging, pinko (not so much on
> the commie side at the moment but it could happen) etc --  and I am looking
> for a DNS partner who will become a secondary for domains I host and in
> turn, we will secondary domains and reverses that you would like us to.
> These domains are non-profits and project domains.
> I currently co-host a system -- a big iron Solaris box -- on a well
> connected network. It's in downtown Halifax so geographic diversity would
> have some value e.g. for power outages.
> -dan
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