Re: What's murhpy.debian.org doing in my firewall logs ?
Ok, thanks i will look into this. If I just allow murphy.debian.org access
to my system, the problem would also go away wouldn't it ?
I also guess it's better to use a dns server on my server so I can control
these things beter ?
> On Mon, 03 Jun 2002, D.J. Bolderman wrote:
>> Could you please give me a hint where to fix this (i'm just a clueless
> The change must be made in the nameserver that answers for
> bolderman.xs4all.nl. It is probably operated by your provider (there
> are no nameservers listed for bolderman.xs4all.nl, which means the
> nameservers for xs4all.nl are responsible for it).
> If so, you will need to request that xs4all make the change. Talk to
> them, they gave you your domain name and static IP, after all...
> I suggest you read a bit about DNS, it is an useful knowledge to have
> if you have your own static IP. Use www.google.com to locate FAQs on
> DNS, for example.
> "One disk to rule them all, One disk to find them. One disk to bring
> them all and in the darkness grind them. In the Land of Redmond
> where the shadows lie." -- The Silicon Valley Tarot
> Henrique Holschuh
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