personalized nameservers

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Post by porcupine »

Hi there Paul,

Yes, all of the reseller plans are as anonymous as they can be made within reason (we've had silly requests to rename reverse dns of surrounding ip's, remove all references to our data center from the traceroute, etc. stuff thats not really reasonable).

The IP's that are included with any of the reseller packages can be used for private nameservers, or for anything else desired by the reseller, but 2 of them are setup (unless otherwise requested) for private nameservers on setup.
Myles Loosley-Millman
Priority Colo Inc.
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Post by porcupine »

good question :D.

There are three things which will have it implamented:

1. When sprint gets their act together and gets back to me.
2. When i phone sprint, and demand it be hooked up.
3. When i go to a phone company who will get the ball rolling a little quicker!

I ordered the 1800 number about 3-4 weeks ago, from sprint, figuring sprint is supposed to be the best (at least around here), and they would allow the top quality of service, but they've been unresponsive at getting back to me.

I'm relatively peeved about now, so i'm fairly sure i'll get on their cases a little more and have it dealt with soon.
Myles Loosley-Millman
Priority Colo Inc.
myles@prioritycolo.com
http://www.prioritycolo.com
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