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Topic # 228845 25-Jan-2018 13:57
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Neither of their servers seem to be working at the moment, anyone else noticing this?


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  Reply # 1946587 25-Jan-2018 14:00
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Yep, me too.... glad I’m not going crazy







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  Reply # 1946588 25-Jan-2018 14:01
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This happened once last year too - I remember them saying something about how it shouldn't be possible for both to go down at once haha.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1946592 25-Jan-2018 14:08
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+1 just swapped pi-hole over to google dns all good now


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  Reply # 1946613 25-Jan-2018 14:19
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+1 


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  Reply # 1946725 25-Jan-2018 15:47
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I just checked all the 2D nameservers I have listed and here are the results:

 

202.37.101.1 Ok

 

202.37.101.2 Ok

 

202.37.101.3 Not responding

 

2406:e000::100 Ok

 

2406:e000::200 Ok

 

Does anyone have any other addresses?  I can not find a list of them on their web site at the moment.




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  Reply # 1946727 25-Jan-2018 15:48
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They're back up now. I'm not aware of any others. 


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  Reply # 1946916 25-Jan-2018 23:28
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Just like email, innocent another reason not to use ISP provided services? yell


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  Reply # 1946940 26-Jan-2018 01:28
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IcI:

Just like email, innocent another reason not to use ISP provided services? yell



If you use external DNS then you won't hit any cache provided by your ISP.




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  Reply # 1946942 26-Jan-2018 02:57
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So what's the point of having 2 DNS servers if they aren't fully redundant?


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  Reply # 1946953 26-Jan-2018 07:07
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Not sure if the servers were down or if this was isolated to certain parts of the network, didn't notice any issues with the resolvers from an Enterprise connection


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