HELP!!! - No responses from DNS server

Brad Knowles brad.knowles at
Mon Mar 12 19:49:55 UTC 2001

At 10:28 PM +0800 3/12/01, J. Chan wrote:

>                  eth0   -> (
>                  eth0:0 -> (
>     SERVER     : eth0:1 -> (
>                  eth0:2 -> (
>                  eth0:3 -> (

	Putting both nameservers on the same machine is a really bad 
idea.  Remember when Microsoft got roasted a couple of weeks ago, 
when they had both of their nameservers on the same subnet?  You 
really, really want to put these on two separate machines, preferably 
not on the same subnet, and ideally not even in the same network 
(your ISP could provide secondary nameservice for you, or you could 
sign up with a secondary nameservice provider such as

Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at>

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