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Re: dns - golog
We've had exactly the same here that led to Golog being implemented. Golog is just a two line patch to bind to redirect 'NXDOMAIN' :
;; QUESTION SECTION:
;ww.gooooooooregergerger.com. IN A
;; ANSWER SECTION:
ww.gooooooooregergerger.com. 10000 IN A XX.XX.XX.XX
ww.gooooooooregergerger.com. 10000 IN TXT "NXDOMAIN"
While we had the same concerns the implementation led to no problems except for a brief round of complaints from users. We did however only issue it to our users and do not preform any lookups from our server base to it. While it's something I personally don't like the cut throat DSL market does make it necessary for us to create revenue where ever possible without a major effect on customers and to be honest Golog is one of the lesser evil services of this type I have come across.
Luke Besson wrote:
I work for a big French ISP and I manage the DNS architecture (based on Linux+Bind); Golog proposed to our society the DNS redirect service (redirect all the not existant domains according to marketing criteria).