Affordable unlimited-zone DNS provider?
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Affordable unlimited-zone DNS provider?

Title. Also anyone used ChangeIP or DurableDNS? Would like to know if these any good.

Already a customer of ClouDNS, so don't suggest that one please, that's in the bank.

CEO, CTO, Technician, Network Specialist, Tech Support, Janitor @ Spring Break Worldwide Networks (Delaware) LLP, a subsidiary of Oversold Craphost Shelf Company (UK) LLC and Scriptkiddie International Telecommunications Pty Ltd (India)

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  • WSSWSS Member
    edited December 2017

    I like your sig, Jack. Also, nsd does pretty damn well. I wouldn't use ChangeIP just for the bullshit between them and Rectified going on at the moment. Never dealt with Durable.

    I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

  • Route 53

  • 1984.is ???

    Screw you guys. I'm going home.

  • Just use Cloudflare as DNS only.

    Fast, Anti DDOS, Unlimited Domain+Record, lots of servers, short TTL(2 mins).

  • JanevskiJanevski Member
    edited December 2017

    Hurricane Electric, but they are free...

    I think there is zone number limit, i've been using them for about one decade now and i haven't had any problems at all, ever. I think the zone size limit used to be set at 10000 records, but i am not that sure if i remember well.

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  • +1 for he.net and cloudflare.

  • Which dns provider allow setup own domain for dns servers. I would like to use my own personalised dns for other domains too. Any cheap & reliable provider ?

  • Use our dnsmanager (https://app.dnsmanager.io/)

  • @Cartman said:
    1984.is ???

    I used to use that, don't recall why I stopped. Perhaps it wasn't completely reliable?

    @cnbeining
    I'd like to keep vanity nameservers, Cloudflare doesn't support for free I think.

    @Janevski
    I've been considering Hurricane actually. But the fact that it is free is kind of putting me off. Is it really a legitimately good service despite being free?

    Almost 10 years ago, I got burned really bad by freedns.afraid.org, I had a bunch of domains there and they deleted my account and all zones (irrecoverable) out ıf nowhere.

    @ben1390 @Gravely
    To be honest, I still cannot get used to this cloudy billed by the use etc approach. I'm legitimately scared of these things. What if someone decides to attack my website and cumulates hundreds of millions of dns queries on my name servers or sth. I'm quite an inattentive webmaster as well, really wouldn't like to receive a bill for 5000$ or something.

    CEO, CTO, Technician, Network Specialist, Tech Support, Janitor @ Spring Break Worldwide Networks (Delaware) LLP, a subsidiary of Oversold Craphost Shelf Company (UK) LLC and Scriptkiddie International Telecommunications Pty Ltd (India)

  • @kerouac said:

    >

    To be honest, I still cannot get used to this cloudy billed by the use etc approach. I'm legitimately scared of these things. What if someone decides to attack my website and cumulates hundreds of millions of dns queries on my name servers or sth. I'm quite an inattentive webmaster as well, really wouldn't like to receive a bill for 5000$ or something.

    ^ this. And good luck if that happens when you use Amazon.

  • How about https://www.cloudns.net ? I haven't used them myself, but they seem to receive pretty good review on here. You get unlimited queries and the per zone pricing is actually pretty good.

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

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  • kerouac said: @Janevski I've been considering Hurricane actually. But the fact that it is free is kind of putting me off. Is it really a legitimately good service despite being free?

    Almost 10 years ago, I got burned really bad by freedns.afraid.org, I had a bunch of domains there and they deleted my account and all zones (irrecoverable) out ıf nowhere.

    During the last decade i've been using them for dns slave servers mostly and they are good.

    Besides, you don't have to use only one provider, it's DNS, you can and should add and mix even more providers.

    he.net provides only dns service and is not like afraid, where the focus is on free subdomains provided by the good will of third parties, while it lasts.

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