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On Sun, 16 Mar 2003 12:56:19 -0800
William Holt <william_holt at> wrote:

>  11   140 ms   156 ms   141 ms  vlan40.cartnj1-dc1-dfa1-rc1.bbn
> 1.201.67]
> ##i noticed you had the same as above second hop from last
> ##but then you had a different host on the last hop
> ## this is what resolves to
>  12   140 ms   141 ms   156 ms []
I't always good to have a couple of good known DNS servers, but the best
servers to use are those the fewest hops from you. Since most ISPs have
DNS servers, it is generally best to have your ISPs DNS servers because
they are generally only a few hops. 

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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