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Comment Re: We Were Attacked! (Score 2) 77

When you run TTLs less than 150 (like many of Dyn's customers), your DNS is no longer decentralized and fault tolerant....if you don't change your records often, use a longer TTL. Much of the effect of this attach could have been mitigated by using a 1800 or longer TTL...as long as a few isp and other common caches can get one response for each record every half hour things keep working

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