DNS Hosting Company?
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DNS Hosting Company?

gibstergibster Member

Hi all,
I was thinking of creating a little DNS hosting company, I have 7 VPS that I use that are dedicated to serving my website's DNS however there is a lot of potential power not being used.
What do you think?
Thanks in advance,
Ben

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Comments

  • NomadNomad Member

    Well it's summer...

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  • Depends on price? What are you going to offer that CF doesn't?

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    Different.

  • comXyzcomXyz Member

    My personal opinion: if you don't have anything different, don't do it. There are too many free DNS services already.

  • ricardoricardo Member

    Remove the word company from your question and go for it.

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  • I would not do such thing.. Keep us posted if you will do it despite we told you not to

  • Seriously2015Seriously2015 Member
    edited May 2015

    What are you going to offer that is different/better than cf/godaddy/namesilo/dns included with linode and digital ocean, dnseasy, rage4, nsone, buddydns and many mant more? Noone will care about low price if their site cant be reached. And many of the above are free with domain. GoDaddy anycast is 2.99 month to month and gives unlimited domains. NSOne has Geoip filtering and much much more and is free for low volume

  • wow, 7 DNS VPSes just for one site? Amazing......

  • gibstergibster Member

    @century1stop said:
    wow, 7 DNS VPSes just for one site? Amazing......

    According to RFC2182 section 5 you must have at least 3 nameservers, and no more than 7 - Why not go all out?

    Another month, another casual reminder of the monotonous and pointless passage of time.

    CRITICAL: MySQL slave is 1620 seconds behind Master

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