Ter, 2006-04-25 às 14:22 +0100, Miguel Ramos escreveu: > > d) Are there any good reasons not to do it this way (remember, this > > is not a mission critical setup, and its main purpose is to tinker) >
Also, if you only meen to tinker, try this, using only free services (this is what I use for my home computer, anjos.strangled.net): 1- get a subdomain at freedns.afraid.org, say yourhome.afraid.org 2- configure three records on your subdomain like this: yourhome.afraid.org NS yourhome.afraid.org. yourhome.afraid.org NS ns1.rollernet.us. yourhome.afraid.org NS ns2.rollernet.us. yourhome.afraid.org A yourip (may be dynamic) 3- configure your zone file, yourhome.afraid.org, with at least the following: @ NS yourhome.afraid.org. @ NS ns1.rollernet.us. @ NS ns2.rollernet.us. @ A yourip (may be dynamic) and perhaps, @ MX 0 yourhome.afraid.org. @ MX 10 mail.rollernet.us. @ MX 10 mail2.rollernet.us. 4- go to rollernet.us and activate secondary dns (and backup mx) for your domain. This is the best I could come up with for me. Sugestion #2: Peek on other people's setups using a combination of WHOIS, dns lookups and reverse lookups to find out which services they use. -- Miguel _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"