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Twin DNS Resolvers

Since we had some resources to spare, we have setup a second public DNS
resolver that anyone may use if they wish. Both of our resolvers are compatible
with ICANN and OpenNIC domains.

Early Time Locking…

We have decided that the transition to the new website has gone much
better than we expected and as a result, we have locked the old version
of our website in time. will no longer be
receiving crosspost updates and all policies found on the old website
are to be considered invalid and outdated.

If you are a project member or guest and you have not switched to using
the new website for all of your project information needs, today is the day
to make that switch. We know this is way ahead of schedule, but felt that
the state of everything was well enough to throw the switch early.

Due to an internal VT agreement, will remain
online and accessible up until December 10th, 2024 to allow for new comers
a chance to see where the project came from.

DNS Changes

Our team has moved all but our v6 edge router over to using one of our DNS servers at and as far as we can tell, everything is running as it should and the move was
transparent without any hiccups. The means all of our project members and end users will
now have access to both ICANN and OpenNIC domains.

Marbled Fennec Networks is currently working on testing out our own pair of DNS servers
for servicing the network. So far things look like they are running well and response times are fair.
If the testing continues to work as expected, we are considering switching all routers over to using
the servers “” and “” as their upstream DNS.

These changes, if they happen (won’t know for another few hours), should be completely transparent
to our project members and end users.