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  • n. Plural form of nameserver.


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  • Thanks, Pedro the domain name nameservers will take 2 days to get propagated. just wait!!!

    Digital Point Forums

  • And then go about the lengthy process of merging accounts and shifting nameservers and getting the site back up.

    All of my artist friends *must* do this.

  • Alex Norcliffe, a software engineer with Umbraco, said that the changes meant "the domain names are totally out of control of the owners until they can get the registrar to change them back to their own nameservers."

    Turkish hacker group diverts users away from high-profile websites

  • "Of the five root nameservers for the .ly TLD: two are based in Oregon, one is in the Netherlands and two are in Libya."

    Faster Forward: Libya shutdown raises questions about, security of foreign domains

  • (This structure is largely lifted even for these calls today -- despite ITU "jurisdiction" -- because of US leadership.) The later fight at WSIS involved the Domain Name System, primarily country codes (like .us,. ca, and. cn but not. com), and the control the US government has over the Internet root nameservers -- something that is unrelated both to settlement rates and to the FCC reclassification and open Internet policies.

    Marvin Ammori: Questions for Robert McDowell, Heir to Ted Stevens, on His International Legal Expertise

  • There may be short downtimes of the site or of the email associated with this blog as I futz around with nameservers and cnames and such.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » You’ve Been Warned

  • Adding digits to the mix (note that I'm intentionally ignoring obtuse dashes for such short domain names, though technically they are legal from the second character onwards), giving 46,656 permutations, yields a larger number of garbage domain entries (either REGISTRAR-LOCKED, REDEMPTIONPERIOD, or with no nameservers), giving a false hope of 228 seemingly open domains, yet they aren't actually available.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Then I had to renew my domain and changed nameservers, but this put my site out of commission for awhile.

    2006 September « Compulsive Knitter

  • We expect to have ServerCommand access restored within the next several hours as well as access to single homed nameservers out of H1 redirected to another facility.


  • UPDATE 20:15: Just checked the domain record and it appears they updated the record today and changed the nameservers over to fix the problem.

    Department of Transport falls off the Internet?


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