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You know, if you paired that up with a caching-only BIND (named) instance on your laptop, you could probably smooth out the delay, at least after the first lookup per ...
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    You know, if you paired that up with a caching-only BIND (named) instance on your laptop, you could probably smooth out the delay, at least after the first lookup per site.

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    maybe a low tech solution is best....

    Try changing Hotels

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    What if the browser is set to use proxy 169.254.1.1?
    I once worked at a place where the Web had been blocked, until I set the proxy to their server's I.P, then it went unblocked, unfiltered.

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