February, 2012:

New Feature: Secondary DNS Alerts

We’ve released a new alerting feature for Secondary DNS. The advanced option Email Alert on Disable will send a message to the alert email address configured for your account if a zone is automatically disabled due to a fatal error condition or the SOA EXPIRE is reached (stale zone).

New Secondary DNS feature: Email Alert on Disable

New Secondary DNS feature: Email Alert on Disable

Secondary DNS domains can become disabled under certain fatal error conditions (all of which are described in the help documentation). This new alerting feature defaults to off and can be enabled in the account control center on a per-zone basis.

New Level 3 FastE Circuit

We will be turning up a new FastE circuit to Level 3 on Friday, February 16, 2011 at 10:00 UTC-8. This circuit will provide additional multihomed IPv4 and IPv6 transit capacity to our facility. There will not be any operational impact.

UPDATE: The order was not correct on Level 3’s side, so we couldn’t turn the circuit up at this time. It will be rescheduled.

UPDATE 2: Rescheduled for Monday, March 5th at 14:00 UTC-8.

UPDATE3: The circuit was successfully activated.

Yes, We Are Still Open

We’ve heard a rumor that Roller Network was closed for business, however, that’s not true. Since we own and operate our own infrastructure (we don’t outsource anything), if you’re reading this then we’re here and we’re online. Or you can call our office at 775-284-0383.

Roller Network is a locally owned and operated company in Reno, Nevada offering a line of technically-oriented Mail/DNS services since 2004. In November of 2009 we were pleased to open our facility to the public for colocation services in a market that has traditionally lacked professional, carrier-style services.