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>> I run my own DNS server, for a similar reason: Every ISP I've tried
>> has a crappy DNS server. Before I did that, I had to put some
>> domain's IP into my hosts file, because their DNS server usually gave
>> no answer.
> yeah... I just can't be bothered to set up BIND. That's what things
> like Google Public DNS is for. :D
Well, mine does something /it/ can't do: Resolve the device addresses
inside my LAN.
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