Closest Tier 2 servers to your location (ordered from nearest to farthest):
188.8.131.52 (GA, US)
184.108.40.206 (NY, US)
220.127.116.11 (QC, CA)
18.104.22.168 (ON, CA)
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OpenNIC servers? Try one of the wizards! (We are always looking for more wizards on other platforms...if interested in developing one, please contact us.)
- Android (SetDNS) Please consider supporting the developer of this app by downloading the SetDNS Pro version!
- Linux (http://wiki.gotux.net/code/bash/onic)
OpenNIC is all about? Access via an OpenNIC proxy (use the search engines below to start your journey).
- Master Pool (Tier 1) Servers
- Public Access (Tier 2) Servers
- Tier1/Tier2 Testing
- If you are interested in volunteering to help with one of the working groups below, please contact the group coordinator.
- Proposing and Creating new TLDs through OpenNIC
- Running an OpenNIC Related Project
- Running a Tier1 OpenNIC Server
- Running a Tier2 OpenNIC Server
- Signing the OpenNIC key
- OpenNIC Public Information and Jump-off Point
- Current OpenNIC TLDs
- OpenNIC Users Website and Forums
- OpenNIC Support Center
- Current Action Items
- Wiki Who's Who
- OpenNIC Request Tracker 3 Howto
- OpenNIC Archives
- OpenNIC Projects
- Mailing List Archive
- OpenNIC Website Listing
- OpenNIC Script Repository
- Programming Tips & Tricks
OpenNIC is a user controlled Network Information Center offering a democratic, non-national, alternative to the traditional Top-Level Domain registries. In case you were looking for them, traditonal TLDs are currently served by Network Solutions with policies set by ICANN.
Use of OpenNIC DNS servers, will allow host name resolution in the Legacy U.S. Government DNS, OpenNIC operated namespaces, and those namespaces with which the OpenNIC has peering agreements.
...is an access controlled work area for OpenNIC working groups (WGs). In accordance with OpenNIC's open access philosophy, working group notes are world-readable. Write access to the various WG areas is however limited only to participants (in order to provide a high signal-to-noise ratio). For more information on how to use this wiki, see: WikiCategory first, and then: CategoryWiki.
The main thing anyone can do to help is to become a member. Sign up at http://www.opennic.glue and join our mailing list! The other great thing you can do to help is to spread the word, even if you don't use our TLDs our DNS network is still the quickest around!
To volunteer assistance with any of these tasks, please enter your name on the relevant project page, then make contact with other team members! These and other 'side projects' are listed at OpenNIC Projects. Once the above tasks are near completion, more will be posted. NB Project areas are currently limited in order to allow timeous forward progress. Should you perchance have ideas for future projects though, please, do get in touch. We are always open to suggestions.
There are plenty of OpenNIC folks available to help with whatever problem you may be having with an OpenNIC server, setup to resolve OpenNIC TLDs, volunteering to set up a Tier 2 server, etc. Please use one of the following contact methods (listed in order of preference). The OpenNIC administrators monitor all of these, and you'll usually receive a response within hours.
- Post a message to the "discuss" mailing list
- Find help on the IRC channel (#opennic on freenode)
- Send us an email at email@example.com
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