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What about cable modem changeouts

They just sent me a new cable box today.  Will changing that in break my nice dns name?


Brian J. Conway
> > see the new servers and you are set.  My question is: how many of you
> > got the AT&T splash page saying you got there (the splash page) because
> > you are doing a static resolver thing and need to change your DNS
> > settings?  How does that work?
> I ran into that the other day when I booted into Win2k for the first time
> in 3 months, any address I tried to reach would reply with the same IP for
> the splash page (I assume authoritatively).  I thought it was nice of them
> to send a letter to my home a month ago saying that the DNS servers were
> changing (having seen a notice of it a month before that somewhere on
> their support site) and that they had noticed my IP was still using the
> old ones, and that I should renew my DHCP client or change my DNS settings
> manually.  This was before and unrelated to the change today, which my
> gateway hasn't picked up yet from its DHCP client, but I run an internal
> nameserver anyway (which Win2k wasn't using at the time, hence the error a
> few days ago).
> Brian J. Conway
> bconway at
> "LINUX is obsolete"
>      - Andrew S. Tanenbaum, creator of Minix - Jan 29, 1992
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