On Sat, 2014-04-12 at 13:35 +0800, P J P wrote:
> On Saturday, 12 April 2014 10:33 AM, P J P wrote:
> >> On Saturday, 12 April 2014 2:13 AM, Paul Wouters 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.
There is also the case that Chuck mentioned about ISP's name servers being
That makes no sense.
Say I have freshly installed my fedora system at home. I then boot it up
and start to use it. My laptop is caching DNS results all the while from
the "unreliable" ISP.
I then go to work and suddenly things don't work.
Having a DNS cache doesn't fix your unreliable ISP: You need to lodge a
complaint with your ISP.
See my previous email, about flushing the cache on network change.
William Brown <william(a)firstyear.id.au>