Porkbun has moved to Cloudflare for providing their DNS service. That is fine with me after they had an outage earlier in the year: Cloudflare DNS is pretty reliable.Continue reading post "#3891"
I was reminded that one shouldn’t proxy non-web servers through Cloudflare (at least on their free plan).Continue reading post "#3763"
Porkbun DNS was back up by the next morning after being down at least 4 hours on April 24th. The only word I got from Porkbun about the incident was from a ticket I sent them, in which they said they had a DDoS attack on their DNS servers.Continue reading post "#3734"
Porkbun DNS seems to be down and has been so for the last several hours at least. I have added Fastmail nameservers to my NS list so that things work for the moment, since I get that as part of my account there. Can’t for my client though, who I had recommended Porkbun to.
Dreamhost has added a nicer DNS management interface, along with some other updates to its panel.Continue reading post "#3322"
I’ve set up a CAA DNS record for my domains that allow it.Continue reading post "DNS: added CAA records"
I finally made it happen: I bought a short “vanity” domain. Two, in fact: <macn.me> and <tobm.me>.Continue reading post "Short-domains bought"
Last night, I decided to finally take the plunge and buy a short vanity domain I had been considering for several years (2b1.me), only to find it had been purchased just 48 hours beforehand, at the very registrar I was planning to use (Porkbun).Continue reading post "#2656"
I have turned on this DoH (DNS over HTTPS) thing in Firefox for the last several weeks.Continue reading post "#2543"