+++ Zhang Weiwu [freebsd] [30-03-04 16:29 +0800]: | | Hello. It has been three days since I cannot access sourceforge.net, using | many different Chinese dns server: | | [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~>host sf.net | Host not found, try again. | [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~>host sourceforge.net | Host not found, try again. | | It behave like the last year's Google being blocked in China. But I don't | know sourceforge has anything to do with political stuff. | | Can anyone tell me sourceforge's ip address? Or better tell me a | world-accessible dns server, that I can help myself with such things. | | If it is truly blocked, then it is no use to have IP address. But I'll have | a try. | | Thank you.
As you are using FreeBSD, why not have your own caching name server? Method: 1. set your hostname hostname="test.tld" in your /etc/rc.conf 2. cd /etc/namedb 3. sh make-localhost 4. start named. add following line in /etc/rc.conf named_enable="YES" to test dig -x 127.0.0.1 Shantanoo _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"