PUBLIC/FREE DNS SERVER (Primary & Secondary)
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Fri Feb 8 21:13:05 UTC 2002
There are many DNS providers on the net.. not all are free, but here's a
quick list of the ones I can remember off the top of my head...
free - www.granitecanyon.com
free up to 5 zones - www.zoneedit.com
donation - www.dyndns.org
paid - www.dtdns.com
free for personal use - www.dns2go.com
commercial - www.ultradns.com
The list goes on and on..
-Justin Scott, Lead Developer
Sceiron Internet Services, Inc.
----- Original Message -----
From: "jam" <jam at jam.com>
To: <comp-protocols-dns-bind at moderators.isc.org>
Sent: Friday, February 08, 2002 12:03 PM
Subject: PUBLIC/FREE DNS SERVER (Primary & Secondary)
> Hello Group,
> I have been trying my darndest to find a few public and free DNS
> that offer Primary & Secondary servers.
> I found two so far but lost the link to one of them. Regretfully the one I
> lost, for the most of what I recall from reading
> the website at the time, seemed to be just what I was looking for. The
> one I found is here:
> I know for a fact that there is another one but, I seem to be having
> difficulty in locating it. I do remember a few key
> things when I visisted this website. One is that the website's main site
> colors were Blue with white back ground. There was
> a blue header background <framed> and framed to the left was a little
> The services that this website offered was complete control over DNS
> Free. And what was so great is that they had
> a great GUI interface via the web.
> Also, for an example, if you created your first primary for
> www.mywebsite.com it would create a default zone files,
> mx records, etc...Of course there was plenty of room left to tweek, such
> 'alias' for http, smtp etc.....
> The same goes for setting up your secondary.
> Now, for the http://soa,granitecanyon.com/ website you really have to
> start from scratch and manually , weres as
> the other website that I'm trying to find is much easier.
> If anyone knows were there are more FREE PUBLIC DNS service providers out
> there could you please respond
> to this post.
> Also, if anyone knows of the other website that I kinda of described
> could you please post the link.
> I know its vague and not much to go on, but from surfing the web for a
> on trying to relocate it, I found
> that there is not many free public dns servers available, but I could be
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