Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Wed Sep 27 21:05:08 UTC 2006
> In article <efef7e$33i$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
> "broadcast" <wael.shahin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Kirk wrote:
> > > Forgive me if this is not true, but it seems that you are
> > > mis-understanding the point being made by most everyone that has
> > > kindly replied to your questions.
> > >
> > > The problem you are experiencing is *most* likely *not* a
> > > mis-configuration on your part, but on the DNS administrators
> > > responsible for the domains which are failing.
> > Well, Thank you Kirk for the enlightment, I know exactly what Mark and
> > others were talking about and I am sure that there is a problem with
> > the remote DNS configuration.
> > what am trying to do is find a work around or something that will keep
> > our customers satisfied. when other providers don't face such problems
> > and am facing them then the customers will so easly just move.
> What makes you so sure other providers aren't having the same problem?
> Virtually all of them are running BIND, which behaves pretty much the
> same for everyone.
I'm waiting for Vista to come out as then all the Microsoft
sites will also see these problems. Most of these are hidden
from IPv4 only sites.
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