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ATTBI just changed DNS servers

On Fri, Nov 08, 2002 at 02:30:01AM +0000, John Chambers wrote:
> dsr wrote:
> | and the most useful external nameserver,
> Well, now; that depends on just where you are. From my home
> machine,  works  ok,  but  it  has a response time
> that's typically around 90-100 ms (although unless  they've
> moved it, it's only a couple miles from here physically). I
> know of a couple of MIT nameservers that give me  10-20  ms
> response  times, although they're physically maybe 12 miles
> away.  But for whatever reasons, the  MIT  nameservers  are
> only 6 hops from me while is 13 hops.

Compared to a random nameserver, will win, on average. Genuity
runs it via an RFC1546 multiple advertisement hack.


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