PUBLIC/FREE DNS SERVER (Primary & Secondary)

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Sun Feb 10 21:03:51 UTC 2002

How could you not find many free dns?

Type the words 'free dns' in yahoo, altavista, google,
aol, overture, infoseek. There are tons out there!  (the true bind guys) even offer
some free Secondary DNS services.

I responded in an earlier post with a large list.

On Fri, 8 Feb 2002, jam wrote:

> Hello Group,
>     I have been trying my darndest to find a few public and free DNS servers
> 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 other
> 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 blue.
>     The services that this website offered was complete control over DNS for
> 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
> it would create a default zone files,
> mx records, etc...Of course there was plenty of room left to tweek, such as
> 'alias' for http, smtp etc.....
> The same goes for setting up your secondary.
>     Now, for the http://soa, 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 above,
> could you please post the link.
> I know its vague and not much to go on, but from surfing the web for a month
> on trying to relocate it, I found
> that there is not many free public dns servers available, but I could be
> wrong.
> thanks.

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