Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 24993
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2002/6/5 [Computer/Networking] UID:24993 Activity:kinda low
6/3     Can I tell internic a nameserver is at an ip address
        already registered as another nameserver? - danh
        \_ Yes, theoretically as many as you want.  A nameserver can
           handle any number of domains.  Otherwise look at
           http://www.freedns.com ; update time (24hours) is a bit suck,
           but otherwise it's okay.  -John
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