DNS ROOT understanding
Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
J.deBoynePollard at Tesco.NET
Thu Nov 18 04:43:43 UTC 2004
JR> There is no point in doing this. So don't.
LV> it might be very simple way of saying you have a world connectivity
LV> problems, I was doing it as well, maybe I am still doing it, I have
LV> to check :-)
If you have connectivity problems to the rest of Internet, you'll find
out in short order in the normal course of everyday operations, without
the need for a background task that you have forgotten about, and so
obviously don't check the results of, continually running.
If you have connectivity problems to parts of Internet, a connectivity
check with one of the ICANN "." content DNS servers isn't necessarily
going to tell you much about them.
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