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Comment: Re:Don't care, I have my own DNS server (Score 1) 337

by Ars Dilbert (#22579426) Attached to: RoadRunner Intercepting Domain Typos
Actually, this is EXACTLY the proper way to set up DNS. Computers on my network query my DNS server, it in turn queries root servers and caches the queries so there are fewer outbound name lookups. That's how it's done on corporate networks. No one I know uses their ISP's DNS servers. Well except for home users.

Besides, I have an AD domain. It HAS TO have a local DNS server in order to function correctly.

To the systems programmer, users and applications serve only to provide a test load.