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Topic # 95560 7-Jan-2012 23:57 One person supports this post Send private message

This is the list of DNS servers from various NZ providers that was previously on NZC (now closed down). I've put it up here because it was discussed.

Note: if you are unsure on what you are doing - always use the DNS servers that your ISP recommends. This will generally result in a better internet experience.

Feel free to suggest things to change on the list :)

Updates:
8/01/2012:

 

  • Ordered list by company name.
  • Renamed Xtra (Telecom) to Telecom NZ / Xtra
  • Removed old Paradise and Clear.net Servers.
  • Added new Orcon servers.
  • Updated old Orcon server entries
  • Added new Inspire net servers.
  • Updated old Inspire net servers.
  • Readded border :)

7/11/2012
* Added notes for slingshot NS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Company   Name   IP address   Blocks external connections?  / Notes
Actrixns1.actrix.co.nz203.96.16.35Unsure
Actrixns2.actrix.co.nz203.96.16.36Unsure
Compass Communicationsns1.compass.net.nz203.152.112.32Unsure
Compass Communicationsns2.compass.net.nz203.152.100.32Unsure
Fastcomns1.fastcom.co.nz124.150.167.70Unsure
Fastcomns2.fastcom.co.nz124.150.167.65Unsure
Hosting Directns1.hd.net.nz49.50.245.101Unsure
Hosting Directns2.hd.net.nz74.50.48.52Unsure
Hosting Directns3.hd.net.nz60.234.71.226Unsure
Ihugns1.ihug.co.nz203.109.129.67No
Ihugns2.ihug.co.nz203.109.129.68No
InSPire Netns1.inspire.net.nz203.114.128.1Yes. Should use custdns1.inspire.net.nz instead
InSPire Netns2.inspire.net.nz203.114.128.2Yes. Should use custdns2.inspire.net.nz instead
InSPire Netcustdns1.inspire.net.nz203.114.168.2Yes
InSPire Netcustdns2.inspire.net.nz203.114.128.2Yes
Maxnetns1.maxnet.net.nz123.100.67.222No
Maxnetns2.maxnet.net.nz123.100.87.50No
Maxnetcenturion.maxnet.net.nz123.100.67.135Yes
Maxnetroyaloak.maxnet.net.nz123.100.67.136Yes
Orconns1.orcon.net.nz60.234.1.1yes - "status: REFUSED". Should use dns1.orcon.net.nz
Orconns2.orcon.net.nz60.234.2.2yes - "status: REFUSED". Should use dns2.orcon.net.nz
Orcondns1.orcon.net.nz121.98.0.1Yes
Orcondns2.orcon.net.nz121.98.0.2Yes
Orconns1.orcon.net.nz210.55.12.1yes. Should use dns1.orcon.net.nz
Orconns2.orcon.net.nz210.55.12.2yes. Should use dns2.orcon.net.nz
Slingshotns.attica.net.nz202.180.64.10Yes. Used for Slingshot IP range only.
Slingshotns2.attica.net.nz202.180.64.11Yes. Used for Slingshot IP range only.
Snapbender.snap.net.nz202.37.101.1unsure
Snapcartman.snap.net.nz202.37.101.2unsure
Telecom NZ / XtraAlien.xtra.co.nz202.27.184.3No (Should use dnsc1.xtra.co.nz)
Telecom NZ / Xtraterminator.xtra.co.nz202.27.184.5No (Should use dnsc2.xtra.co.nz)
Telecom NZ / Xtradnsc1.xtra.co.nz202.27.158.40No. Used for legacy (FIPD) connections.
Telecom NZ / Xtradnsc2.xtra.co.nz202.27.156.72No. Used for legacy (FIPD) connections.
Telecom NZ / Xtrans1.xtra.co.nz122.56.237.1Yes. Used for new (BUBA/EUBA) connections. Cannot connect from non-TELECOM BUBA/EUBA connections.
Telecom NZ / Xtrans2.xtra.co.nz210.55.111.1Yes. Used for new (BUBA/EUBA) connections. Cannot connect from non-TELECOM BUBA/EUBA connections.
TelstraClearns2.acld.clix.net.nz203.97.78.44Yes
TelstraClearns1.acld.clix.net.nz203.97.78.43Yes
WooshUnknown202.74.207.253Unsure
WooshUnknown202.74.207.254Unsure
WorldxChangens1.xnet.co.nz58.28.4.2yes - "status: REFUSED"
WorldxChangens2.xnet.co.nz58.28.6.2yes - "status: REFUSED"
WorldxChangens3.xnet.co.nz113.20.11.209yes - "status: REFUSED"




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  Reply # 565956 8-Jan-2012 00:02 Send private message

you seem to have put dnsc1.xtra.co.nz in twice.






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  Reply # 565961 8-Jan-2012 00:07 Send private message

Fixed - was supposed to be dnsc2:)




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  Reply # 565970 8-Jan-2012 00:49 Send private message

Those are old Orcon DNS servers. New ones are:

Primary Name Server/DNS : 121.98.0.1

Secondary Name Server/DNS : 121.98.0.2
 





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  Reply # 565996 8-Jan-2012 09:16 Send private message

You should remove the Paradise and Clear.net servers, leaving TelstraClear with 203.97.78.43 and 203.97.78.44 only. All other ones are not maintained or out of sync.




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  Reply # 566006 8-Jan-2012 09:43 Send private message

InSPire Net should be:

Primary DNS Server: 203.114.168.2
Secondary DNS Server: 203.114.128.2

(although the settings you have will work)



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  Reply # 566048 8-Jan-2012 12:19 Send private message

All updated. :)




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  Reply # 585831 23-Feb-2012 17:33 Send private message

Hosting Direct's resolving nameservers are 113.21.227.244 and 113.21.227.20 - access from outside our network is available on request.

ns{1,2,3,4}.hd.net.nz are authoritative nameservers for domains hosted on our shared hosting platform and our DNS management system.

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  Reply # 585849 23-Feb-2012 17:52 Send private message

Two updates here are our new authoritative name servers.

ns1.maxnet.net.nz - 123.100.67.222
ns2.maxnet.net.nz - 123.100.87.50

Each is a VIP to clusters of name servers, one set on each side of the country.



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  Reply # 585859 23-Feb-2012 18:01 Send private message

Updated :)




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  Reply # 585892 23-Feb-2012 18:41 Send private message

Unleash:

202.6.116.124
202.6.116.125


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  Reply # 585965 23-Feb-2012 21:02 Send private message

Might want to add ipv6 as well

Xnet:

ns1.xnet.co.nz - 2001:e20:1000:13:d8::2
ns2.xnet.co.nz - 2405:5000:2:31f:250:56ff:fe9b:7d6c

Snap:

Primary - 2406:e000::100
Secondary - 2406:e000::200

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  Reply # 1222846 26-Jan-2015 22:33 Send private message

ALL the previously open ones seem to be closed now. paradise, clear etc all closed by vodafone. Running out of open DNS to use.  might start my own yet.




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  Reply # 1222854 26-Jan-2015 22:47 One person supports this post Send private message

nunz: ALL the previously open ones seem to be closed now. paradise, clear etc all closed by vodafone. Running out of open DNS to use.  might start my own yet.


How about using something like OpenDNS? It takes care of quite a bit of security threats as well. Not hosted in NZ, but they have servers in Sydney that deal with traffic from NZ.




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  Reply # 1222916 27-Jan-2015 06:30 Send private message

nunz: ALL the previously open ones seem to be closed now. paradise, clear etc all closed by vodafone. Running out of open DNS to use.  might start my own yet.


Why bother?! Imagine how much traffic will be wasted from attacks. So much hassle for so little gain. If you want slow dns might as well Use Google.

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  Reply # 1222923 27-Jan-2015 07:19 2 people support this post Send private message

nunz: ALL the previously open ones seem to be closed now. paradise, clear etc all closed by vodafone. Running out of open DNS to use.  might start my own yet.


Why not just use your ISP supplied DNS which will give you the best possible performance?



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