+++ Bart Silverstrim [freebsd] [31-03-04 13:14 -0500]: | | On Mar 31, 2004, at 10:52 AM, Shantanoo wrote: | > | >I told you how to setup your _own_ _DNS_ server. You won't need to | >use other DNS server. | > | >Shantanoo | > | | Forgive me, but does the country block access to the root Internet | servers? If so, wouldn't it only cache information that is | available...i.e., if his DNS server can't get the IP's for those sites | because his upstream has it blocked, he could only get the crippled | available IPs from those within the country?
I don't think that they will be blocking access to root-servers. If they are blocking it, no info will be available, as upstream server is not contacted. (unless root-servers are not redirected to some other IP) | | I knew they blocked things in the country using proxies, but I didn't | (and don't) know the full range of the blocking that's done...my first | thoughts were that he was inviting trouble by discussing trying to get | to these sites on a public mailing list, wondering if "they" were | watching and noting his attempt to subvert their blocking. Maybe | someday they'll come to their senses and drop the Internet censorship | :-) No comments ;) _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"