William Allen Simpson <william.allen.simpson(a)gmail.com> writes:
However, it would be nicer for you to treat folks
offering help with the
respect *they* deserve. After all, I do happen to have 30+ years of
experience in the field, organized the state government funding for NSFnet
(the academic precursor to the Internet) 20 years ago, was an original
member of the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG), have written
a fair few Internet standards over the years, among other things.
With all due respect for your qualifications, you lack the prime
skill needed: Know who and what you are dealing with, before trying to
Not knowing "Domas" (or whether that's a
name or a company), I'm not
sure of the basis for the assurance. Had you checked with other
sites, I'm pretty sure you'd have heard that reliability from a
single data center is extremely unlikely.
Not knowing domas does not exactly qualifies for preferential treatment.