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On Thursday 22 January 2004 03:31 pm, Melvyn Sopacua wrote:
> On Thursday 22 January 2004 20:32, Jonathon McKitrick wrote:
> > If I have a couple of boxes in a home network that connects to the
> > Internet via ppp, is there any way I can name my network? I don't want
> > to register a name, just use it locally. This way I can refer to
> > 'neptune.jonathon.org' or something similar rather than '10.0.0.1'.
> Andrew gave a good HOW-TO.
> In general, you would choose a TLD (the last part of a domainname, like
> .org or .net) that does not exist on the internet, so that you never
> confuse it with a real domainname.
> .lan, .home or .here are good candidates.
If he's behind some sort of routing device, he can certainly setup a DNS witin
his own network.
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