Re: RBL report..
On 29-Mar-00, 15:21 (CST), Lawrence Walton <email@example.com> wrote:
> Nils: you still need a DNS named, static, route-able IP to be your own host.
I have DNS named, *dynamic*, routable IP -- thanks to the good folks at
dyndns.org. The only bad thing is that the reverse DNS isn't consistent.
I'm still not entirely comfortable getting e-mail sent directly to me,
which is why I POP most of it.
> Branden: You might consider getting a static.
That would be nice. Unfortunately, the choices at swbell (DSL) are
either one dynamic IP ($40/month), or 5 (!) static IPs, at $80/month +
$100 installation + $100 to set up the DNS (no, not register a domain,
*just* to configure the DNS). (And yes, they want the $100 installation
even though I already have everything set up and all they would have to
do is allocate the IP addresses.)
Steve Greenland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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