Rogers Breaks DNS

CLIFFORD ILKAY clifford_ilkay-biY6FKoJMRdBDgjK7y7TUQ at
Sat Jul 19 15:30:16 UTC 2008

Colin McGregor wrote:
> Just to note, Rogers has decided to break DNS. As of now any trip to a
> website with an invalid URL and you will be taken to a Rogers/Yahoo
> search website (with Rogers adverts.). I have called, complained and
> been told "that is the way it is supposed to work".
> Is it my imagination or is Rogers totally determined to offer the
> WORST possible Internet service in Canada?
> Colin McGregor
> P.S.: Sorry if I sound a little grumpy, but I have been running into a
> number of bits recently where stuff was seemingly broken by design,
> and it annoys me...

One man's "broken by design" is another man's "feature". For the average 
person, this is a feature. For persnickety geeks, this is a problem. 
Whom do you think Rogers targets? For the majority of users, like 
traffic shaping, I'll bet this is a non-issue.

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