[dns-operations] charter, sitefinder, opendns (slashdot today)
fergdawg at netzero.net
Fri Feb 16 02:00:45 UTC 2007
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- -- Roland Dobbins <rdobbins at cisco.com> wrote:
>On Feb 15, 2007, at 2:48 PM, JP Velders wrote:
>> I might want to provide them with the same level of DNS
>> service on the road as that they're accustomed to at the office. How
>> the heck do you do that without VPN's and not running an open
>> recursive nameserver ?
>Your people on the road ought to be using VPNs, anyways, if they've
>privacy/confidentiality/privacy concerns. VPNs are easy/free, these
Trure that, about VPN's, etc, but that's not what we're talking
about here, really...
>This problem has already been solved. Please, let's not 'solve' it
>again in such a counterproductive manner.
Wait, wait, wait.
I'd like to explore this point of yours a bit more.
Exactly why is this discussion counter-productive?
- - ferg
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