From: keith (keith_at_vortex.co.uk)
Date: Mon Mar 21 2005 - 14:59:01 PST
Sometime around 21/3/05 (at 2:41 pm -0800) Ed Kummel said:
>The thing about DNS servers is that you can use any
>DNS server that is out there. DNS servers don't
>restrict anybody from accessing them.
Some do, due to too much use by external sources leading to
performance and/or access issues for users connected through the DNS
owner's services. Sorry!
This practise is likely to become more widespread... but yes, many
name servers do still allow free access to all.
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