jerry at seibercom.net
Mon Feb 4 15:07:57 UTC 2013
On Mon, 4 Feb 2013 09:48:06 -0500
Pierre-Luc Drouin articulated:
> On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 9:39 AM, Mike. <the.lists at mgm51.com> wrote:
> > On 2/3/2013 at 3:04 PM Fbsd8 wrote:
> > | [snip]
> > |
> > |After reviewing zoneedit new website looks like they are no longer
> > free
> > |and there now in the domain register business....
> > =============
> > Zoneedit was purchased by Dotster a while ago (few months? couple
> > of years?)
> > If you look at an legacy zoneedit page, you'll see at the bottom:
> > (http://legacy.zoneedit.com/contact.html)
> > Zone Edit, LLC is a Dotster, Inc.-owned company.
> > I have noticed zoneedit's quality of service declining since the
> > purchase. I switched to tunnelbroker.net's FreeDNS serivce and
> > haven't looked back.
> > The registration company I used, 000domains.com, was also purchased
> > by Dotster, and I had to leave 000doamins.com due to customer
> > service issues after the purchase. I went to namecheap.com, and
> > have been very satisfied.
> I had a similar issue about my emails not getting forwarded by
> Zoneedit. Now I am using the Google SMTP server to collect the emails
> for my domain. Maybe I should also switch the DNS to another service.
> I need my router to be able to update the DNS information for my
> dynamic IP address though...
"http://dyn.com/dns/" can do that and "ddclient" needed to update the
DNS is available in the ports system. I have set up several PC's with
just this system and they work quite well.
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