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On Tue, 18 Jun 2002, Derek D. Martin wrote:

> At some point hitherto, Rob Ransbottom hath spake thusly:
> > > DNS servers? I've seen a number of people do that, and I've always felt
> > > that that was pointless. The only external nameservers your nameserver 
> > > needs to know about are the root nameservers.
> > 
> > Yeah, but why heat up a hot spot?
> Because that's how DNS is INTENDED to work. 

Pshaw.  ISPs would not run nameservers if that was the case.

> Plus, during the short time I used them, I always found M1's DNS
> servers to be slow.  

That is why then.  Sounds like a reason to me.

rob                     Live the dream.

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