DNS – Domain Name Service DNS makes the internet work. You use it every day when you type www.google.com and find yourself on the google website. It takes the name… Read more »
Its a Bug! I admit it, I have no idea how to use this blogging software. I constantly bug my wife and declare that I am just a few more… Read more »
Who has Ownership Anyway? This Sunday morning a call comes in at 8:30am telling us that the local swim clubs domain doesn’t appear to be working. If that is true… Read more »
Mod_proxy, Mod_cache, and Mod_proxy_html can’t save this site. Recently, I was experimenting with mod_cache, mod_proxy, and mod_proxy_html in a reverse proxy configuration. A friend had a site and was interesting… Read more »
Web Hosting the Traditional Way (1993-2006) I don’t know about you but my first web hosting was done at my house in 1993 with a private T1 to that location…. Read more »
You have some domains registered under one account and you are moving to another 1and1 server. In the process you will eventually decommission the server they are assigned to. How would you do it? Currently there is not a direct method that 1and1 has that would simply move and update these domains to that new server. We are not talking about anything on the servers themselves but housekeeping information that is in their administrative control panel. When you move any domain internally they will reset the DNS server delegation to their own 1and1 servers. I have never used 1and1 servers for any of my name servers (dns) so this is especially annoying because I transferred them into 1and1 with the delegation intact. Why do they re-delegate my domains to their dns servers?
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When Bad Things Happen to Good Servers How many have you had this happen to you? It is late Friday afternoon and you are getting ready to pack it up… Read more »