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KEN (or anyone) - OpenDNS questions!!
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Jim Hillier
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May 6, 2009 - 7:45 pm
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For anyone fortunate enough to be using OpenDNS and those contemplating such a move, here is a link to an article which will surely be of interest. It's all about a new feature called 'SmartCache' which is a new DNS record handling technology invented by OpenDNS that allows users of its service to access Web sites when they are inaccessible everywhere else on the Internet:-

http://www.opendns.com/about/a.....ments/128/

One more reason why OpenDNS is the best option!!

cheers.....JIM

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SmartCache is a pretty cool feature. You do have to turn it on though. It's listed under the Advanced Settings tab once you log in to your account.

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Aahhhhh. New cool stuff. Just changed my settings. I haven't experienced an recent outages, but better safe than sorry!
This is one of those things that is difficult to quantify, but I have a lot of trust in Open DNS.

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