Re: DMZ implementation

From: Paul Bryan (
Date: 11/21/02

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    From: Paul Bryan <>
    To:, Paulo Abrantes <>, David Ruben Elfi <>
    Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 11:36:22 +1100

    On Thursday 21 November 2002 07:52, Paulo Abrantes wrote:
    > On 20 Nov 2002 17:37:57 -0300
    > David Ruben Elfi <> wrote:
    > > Yes, you have this type of service, but think in one thing: dns
    > > propagation.
    > > A change in your ip number would be propagate over all routers on the
    > > internet to make your service "on-line". This gap through actualizations
    > > can be long if you have a critical service.
    > Good point, I never had thought on that.
    > That kind of actualizations might take a couple of hours to get
    > worldwide. Getting my services down for that time, it's a big
    > drawback.

    This is how I run my home system. I run a dynamic dns update program for when
    my ip changes. Of course there's some latency while dns propogates around the
    world but that's what I put up with for the lower cost of a personal

    If your running a critical service then you shouldn't be relying on a dynamic

    Didn't you say you had a static ip anyway?

    > Thanks for the information.
    > Regards,
    > Paulo Abrantes
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