DNS idiocy

For reasons largely historical, and perpetuated by laziness, I host a DNS server in my living room. I keep meaning to migrate everything off of there onto something more reliable like SliceHost.

A week ago, or thereabouts, I changed my LAN IP range at home to match the range at work, simply because it makes it a little faster to get a DHCP lease when I switch between the two places.

Now, had I thought it through, I’d have realized that this took my server offline. But I didn’t. So the zones I host have been gradually expiring over the last several days. As usual, this happened while I’m out of the country.

So … if I host DNS zones for you, continue to bug me to move them to SliceHost. But they’re back online now.