I would really like to do something nasty to the thoughtless bastard
that sent me e-mail offering to sell me a dog intelligence test for $20.
Anyway, on to the DNS question. Suppose that we academic researchers have
our own little corner of the Internet that we call happydawg.net, an
e-mail server mailgate.happydawg.net and a web sever www.happydawg.net.
Also suppose that we are tired of being broke academics and want to make a
small commercial venture. We want to change our entire domain from
happydawg.net to xxxcatabuse.com, with mailgate.xxxcatabuse.com and web
Our DNS is a little SCO box, battered and cracked so many times its
surprising it still runs. Can we alias our entire present domain
happydawg.net to xxxcatabuse.net with an entry in the DNS or do we have
to set up a new DNS? Many references on the Internet will point to the
old happydawg.net and we need to get the whole lot redirected to
We are researchers. We are not expected to know this kind of practical
stuff. Thats why I am asking you security perfessors.
Sick Puppy, the (original) Cat_Eating_Dawg