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Apr 14, 2005



In the airline industry, when one airline has trouble in serving a flight, the other airlines usually accommodate the stranded passengers. Likewise, couldn't Comcast have outsourced the DNS query functions to an alternate provider till they fix the problem?

Irwin Lazar

There's been a discussion about this on NANOG. They could either use an outsourced DNS service such as Nominum or UltraDNS, or if they want to be really seedy, they could have set up an anycast address that resolves to their own servers as well as those from other providers.


dont split the names and the numbers. make the $who = $where
Basics of accounting

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