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Best way to get secondary DNS?

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Recommend online services that provide secondary dns.
I have only one dns server.
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puck.nether.net/dns
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Thanks.
1. What should I put as secondary dns hostname?
1.1 ns1.puck.nether.net?

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2. Will it import all RR's by itself?
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host name is: puck.nether.net

you will need to allow that IP to do an AXFR/IXFR and it will pull the entire zone file.

it will test to see if you allow it do do an XFR and within minutes, it'll pull it.  

you can test it by:

  dig myzone.com @puck.nether.net
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