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Re: FW: [Full-Disclosure] Question for DNS pros
From: Ron DuFresne (dufresnewinternet.com)
Date: Tue Aug 03 2004 - 23:21:40 CDT
> Perhaps the only solution is to build a list of 3DNS IP addresses and
> ignore these type alerts from those addresses.
> Thought anyone? (If anyone is still following ... :)
Still following here...
adding oneself to the list John mentioned might be the eaisier tack in
this situation, and make it so one is not hit by new implimentations, as
long as BIG-IP sites are not able to configure themselves out of the
do-not-probe listing as well;
3-DNS does maintain a "do-not-probe" list to which you can be added, if
the 3-DNS's probe traffic is too obnoxious for you.
Though, I must admit, I'm none to fond of opt-outs rather than opt-ins.
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