[dns-operations] Capturing Traffic

Carlos M. Martinez carlosm3011 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 20:17:41 UTC 2013

I know. And I agree. But we are all seeing people going to, even
people at home.

So maybe having an alternative you can locally 'spoof' wouldn't hurt.



On 2/25/13 6:11 PM, WBrown at e1b.org wrote:
>> From: "Carlos M. Martinez" <carlosm3011 at gmail.com>
>> That said, there is something to be said for easy-to-remember,
>> easy-to-type, DNS addresses. Why not write an I-D asking IANA for a
>> couple of very easy addresses that we can all agree to locally anycast ?
> I'm not a guru on much of the consumer equipment, but what I have seen 
> allows you to use whatever DNS settings are pushed out by the ISP as part 
> of DHCP.  Just leave that box ticked and you get the ISP's idea of the 
> proper DNS settings.
> But the original message was about a large customer, so they probably 
> aren't dealing w/ a Linksys or DLink or equivalent home equipment. Without 
> more details, we just guessing.
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