How to define DNS name?
michael.holstein at csuohio.edu
Mon Apr 24 13:27:15 UTC 2006
> ## The IP or fqdn for this server. Leave commented out and Tor will
> Address your-dns-a-record.yourdomain.com
This won't matter when somebody queries in-addr.arpa -- which is what
any remote site will see.
> If you don't own an domain name where you can edit the DNS records you
> can register at a free DNS provider like dyndns.org or afraid.org.
Easy to do for forward lookup zones, not so easy for the reverse ones --
espically if you're on a "consumer" ISP (eg: comcast, etc.).
You need to figure out who's responsible for D.C.B.A.in-addr-arpa and
change it there, or see if they'll delegate it for you.
Note that DynDNS dosen't permit you to do in-addr.arpa with their
'freebie' service. See :
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