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Re: [vox-tech] PPoE us just fine
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Re: [vox-tech] PPoE us just fine



Actualy You can  use DNS from anywhere as long as it is public DNS.   I use
DNS from 3 different sources and never loose resolution.

Security
>
> Uruh!... Yeah.  So, there was nothing wrong with PPPoE.  The problem is
> the loose nut behind the keyboard  x)
>
> I shoulda clued in when I could ping the name servers I had but not get
> any names resolved to IP numbers.
>
> A simple call to PacBells tech line to get the current DNS server numbers
> and enter those into my host.conf file fixed my problem.
>
> Intrestingly; Everything was working fine with the mother.com DNS numbers
> in host.conf, even though I was using a PacBell DSL connection...
> then suddenly, it quit working until I entered PacBell's DNS numbers.
> ( I HAD been using the mother.com modem dialup; hence their DNSs).
>
> Wonder why the connection suddenly started to choke on it?!?
> Any gurus out there got an idea?
>
> --------------------------------------------
> Ed Glass    cathair@yolo.com
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