External websites and domains - split zone woes

by Scosby Friday, February 19, 2010

This is more for my own reference, but this is a great blog post by Ace Fekay for split zone domains. A split zone domain is one where your externally hosted website has the same name as your domain (internal name).


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Who's your DNS daddy?

by Scosby Monday, May 11, 2009

Ok, you can skip this if you don't have a DNS server at your disposal...and everyone should have one at home, at least...but I digress.

I have been forwarding to OpenDNS for some time now, and I am completely happy. You should go get a free account and here are a few reasons why.

  • SmartCache ---- awesome stuff.
  • Parental controls --- man, I know I'm getting old when this stuff is getting more exciting. But this is really awesome and highly configurable!
  • Typo correction - personally, i've fat fingered too many .com as .cmo

If you're skeptical, it's ok. You can forward to their DNS servers free and w/o an account. Works fine that way too, but then you lose out on the smartcache and the conficker protection ;)

Happy resolving!


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