[Smaug] Access to scruz.org was DNS problem.

Peter Belew abcruzww at gmail.com
Thu May 19 16:10:19 PDT 2011


Sounds good, Rick!

- Peter

On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> Quoting Jay Campbell (jay at got.net):
>
>> DNS at Got.net is no problem. I'll start a ticket now.
>
> scruz.org can use as many as four more.  DNS is now robust at three.
> (RFC recommendation is no fewer than three, no more than seven, with at
> least one physically and network-remote from the others.[1])
>
> $ whois scruz.org | grep "Name Server"
> Name Server:NS1.SCRUZ.ORG
> Name Server:NS1.SVLUG.ORG
> Name Server:NS7.SCRUZ.ORG
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> Name Server:
> [rick at linuxmafia]
> ~ $ dig -t ns scruz.org @ns1.scruz.org +short
> ns6.scruz.org.
> ns1.scruz.org.
> ns1.svlug.org.
> ns3.scruz.org.
> ns7.scruz.org.
>
> The in-zone, not-yet-authoritative entries in the latter listing for
> ns6.scruz.org. and ns3.scruz.org. are for two of the three ex-providers
> I'm still waiting to hear back from.  They'll be purged in a few days if
> I've still heard nothing from those guys.
>
>
> [1] I notice that got.net uses only _two_ for its own domain.  You might
> want to fix that.  Reference: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2182#section-5
>
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