[thelist] Checking DNS of an ISP

Gustavo Arizpe listas at areaestrategica.com
Fri Mar 28 12:21:48 CST 2003

Oh sorry, I used mydomain.com as a generic name, the domain is 
azertymexico.com, is hosted in virtual servers I resell.
I believe my customer's ISP has configured their DNS AS if they are 
hosting the domain azertymexico.com, but I don't know how to check that.
Thanks and sorry for the confusion.


On Friday, March 28, 2003, at 10:55  PM, Kelly Hallman wrote:

> On Fri, 28 Mar 2003, Gustavo Arizpe wrote:
>> The problemis that mydomain.com, which is hosted in my servers, is
>> configured AS if their ISP is hosting it. But I don't know how to 
>> prove
>> or check that.
> Depending on how you have the domain set up with mydomain.com it may 
> very
> well be pointing to their servers.  In order for them to do 
> redirection or
> stealth redirection, it does point to their servers.  If you are doing 
> IP
> fowarding, the IP should point to your server.  The nameserver records 
> for
> the domain, of course, will be pointing to mydomain nameservers.
> After very mixed results using mydomain for a few years, I eventually
> decided to run my own nameservers.  I guess for a free service, though,
> the performance is acceptable if you don't have a better method 
> available.
> I always found them to be a bit slow and/or unreliable for my taste.
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