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From John Hardin <>
Subject RE: SPAM from a registrar
Date Mon, 19 May 2014 19:31:30 GMT
On Mon, 19 May 2014, Kevin Miller wrote:

> That's a bad thing to do.  A caching name server is pretty easy to 
> implement (all the distros that I've played with do it automatically 
> just installing bind).  Many (most?/all?) RBLs require a subscription 
> (read money) if you exceed a certain number of queries.  A public dns 
> server can hammer them quite quickly, and thus get filtered out.  A 
> local caching server is definitely recommended.  I've never read any 
> posts suggesting reasons not to use one...

...just don't let world+dog on internet query it. It should only be 
visible to internal hosts.

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