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Re: Getting publically Known
The short answer is, no. The reason is because you need to have 2 seprate
DNS. I'm not sure if there is a requirement that they have different
connections to the backbone. But even if there isn't, this means you need
2 computers to operate as DNS, with 2 separate dedicated lines.
Anyways, go check out www.internic.net (not .com). They are the top level
domain name registration service.
If however you are not heavy on have a top-level name, you could always get
something.ml.org or what have you.
From what I know, there are ISP's, that provide both a top-level name, with
20 megs on their web server for a relatively non-lethal price. There are
also ISP's where you order a workstation from then, and basically that
workstation becomes your webserver, and the ISP maintains the workstation
for you. These are generally more expensive but best if you are running a
There might also be DNS service people / companies out there. Heck, most
organizations run 2 DNS, I'm not sure why they wouldn't put you on, for a
modest fee. Heck, if you get cozy with some network engineer from some
company, you never know. MIT runs atleast 3 DNS, so go figure.