North American Network Operators Group

Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical

RE: crsnic whois updates

  • From: Roeland Meyer
  • Date: Wed Jul 04 14:12:28 2001

When my DSL link got interrupted, last March, I had to go to a new upstream.
I paid the $29.95 per name server, to NSI, and got it straightened out in
less than four days. $30 bucks, for expedited service, isn't very expensive,
considering the alternative. All my domains are served by the same three
zone-servers, with backup zone-servers in AboveNet. After the main
zone-server were back online, I used the normal process to get the rest of
it straightened out, at no additional cost. That took a few extra weeks, but
once the main zone servers were online, I had no pressing time issues.

> From: mike harrison [mailto:meuon@highertech.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2001 7:19 PM
> 
> > Apparently NSOL thinks they are "special"..  Even though my 
> nameservers are
> > registered with OpenSRS, NSOL thinks that I need to spend 
> time (weeks,
> > sometimes), sending them an updated "host" form every time 
> I change an IP 
> > address.
> 
> I have some important name servers at NSOL that I have been trying
> to get updated for weeks, I'm down to the 'pay em $299' extortion plan
> to get them updated. --Mike--