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Re: ISP network design of non-authoritative caches

  • From: John Palmer (NANOG Acct)
  • Date: Sun Nov 18 14:36:51 2001


>
> >>> Is there a white paper, best common practice, or book which shows
> >>> the naive ISP (whether they have 10 or 10 million subscribers) how
> >>> to architect their DNS system?
> >> not of which i am aware.  wanna help write a dnsop i-d?

The first thing is to change your root cache file to contain

A.ROOT-SERVERS.ORSC thru
M.ROOT-SERVERS.ORSC

or the PacRoot servers like CONDOR.TALLSHIP.NET

So that your customers can see all of the internet and not just what ICANN
wants you to
see.

There are instructions for ISPs on the website listed below. Its already
done.

John
http://www.adns.net





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