[Dnsmasq-discuss] Re: Looking for 2 DNS Servers in Toronto, Canada
which allow Recursive Query
rkean at keanconsulting.com
Thu Aug 25 16:40:56 BST 2005
>> The best suggestion I can make from Los Angeles is to try using the
>> servers from your prior ISP.
> My former ISP had gone out of business. :-0
>> Another possible alternative is NSLOOKUP.EXE, asking for NS records for
>> providers in your area. If you can't find NSLOOKUP.EXE, I can Email it
>> to you; 96Kb zipped.
> Is NSLOOKUP.EXE a Windows program?
> Please do send me NSLOOKUP.EXE to “kwon at ac1.dyndns.org”.
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just my $0.02... but
I just pointed my dnsmasq daemon to 126.96.36.199 and was able to use it
without any problems... and I don't use them as an ISP.
what type of dns query are you attempting that is causing the "refused
to do a recursive search" error?
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