On 12/21/05, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> Yes, exactly. With no DNS, you're far more likely to lose mail than
> if you have DNS but no responding mail servers. Plus, if you have to
> move to another facility, you're looking at 24-72 hours for name
> server changes to replicate worldwide, while if you have a secondary
> DNS offsite you could be back up and running immediately after setting
> up new servers.
Hmm... okay... so I'll probably have to buy another server for secondary DNS.
I'll give this some thought!
> > What if I changed the netmask to accept 212.102.x.x for my network?
> assuming both subnets are within that network, that would work. I
> doubt you have that whole /16 though, and if you configure your
> network as including that, you won't be able to communicate with
> anything that's actually on that network and is outside your network.
Ah, yes... I figured that would happen, perhaps an idea for future
releases of m0n0wall? Some inputfield where you can add manual rules
without having to "hack" the system?