[nSLUG] EastLink hijacking DNS

Mike.lifeguard mike.lifeguard at gmail.com
Sat Oct 31 11:27:42 ADT 2009


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Eri Ramos Bastos wrote:
> My question for you is: If they decide to keep this up, do I have
> options? What about alliant and rogers? do they have the same stupid
> policy in place?

To the best of my knowledge, Aliant doesn't do this. They don't even use
traffic shaping (as of about 2 months ago, and I haven't noticed any
recently - though they wouldn't promise not to do so in the future).

But how would I check for DNS hijacking for sure?

- -Mike
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