On Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 16:43:12 -0400,
Paul Wouters <paul(a)nohats.ca> wrote:
It's rude to bypass the global DNS caching infrastructure. That would
significantly load people's DNS servers with more queries. There is no
reason not to try and use ISP's DNS caches.
Some ISPs modify dns responses (such as increasing ttls).
dnscache is very obsolete software.
Only in that it is lacking dnssec support. If that is critical to you,
then one consider it very obsolete.