On the 04/06/2016 we will be decommissioning DNS resolver 184.108.40.206 as it has been relocated within the network to provide greater redundancy in line with our network migration & upgrade plans during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of June 2016. (Further updates to follow on that)
We have commissioned 220.127.116.11 in place of the above and is actively taking requests as of today. DSL users who rely on PPP to auto-negotiate these servers will automatically see the updated address within the next 24 hours. Customers with a Structured Communications managed CPE, firewall and or system will also automatically see these changes prior to the 4th.
Customers with there own provided hardware using a static configuration (not related to static IPs) may need to make this update manually.
Failure to make this update may result in you loosing DNS service and or redundancy.
If you have any doubt please contact us.
UPDATE 01 – 11/06/2016 – 11:30 – FINAL
This DNS resolver has now been decommissioned. Users are advised to update there secondary DNS to 18.104.22.168 to avoid any loss of service. Managed CPEs whereby we still have access have been updated.