Life like Opossum Posted December 10, 2012 Share Posted December 10, 2012 I have been looking at ways to do quite a few things around my house. On of which is to reduce the reliance I have on services provided by my ISP such as their default DNS server. I am aware of open and free DNS servers that are available, but I want to try and go further than that. My question is; What resources are required to host my own DNS for private use? That would be me and my room-mates, as well as anyone else whom I give access to my DNS. A slightly more hypothetical question I would like to ask is; What resources are required to run your own faux ISP? Obviously I'm not talking enterprise level here, just private. Again, just for me and my room-mates and possibly one day expanding to provide for outside sources, but this requires infrastructure, and lots of it! While I may be young and ambitious, I just wouldn't ever have the capital for that! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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