For the most part, things have levelled out on the DOS attack. Again, I note that most of the pain was felt by members using third party registrars who didn’t have the full 6 nameservers in their DNS delegation.
Status as follows, all servers are functioning normally except certain parts of the net may have limited visibility to one of the following:
n1.easydns.com – up, but being null routed by shaw.ca, people on shaw or transiting across shaw can’t see ns1
remote2.easydns.com – up but being null routed by cogent, we also changed the IP address of remote2 during the attack, it was switched from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11, but will respond on either IP.
ns6.easydns.org – null routed by rackspace and now renumbered onto the prolexic network temporarily.
We expect the null routes to begin clearing over the course of the day wednesday.
ns2.easydns.com remote1.easydns.com and ns3.easydns.org are all up and functional at the time of writing.
Many thanks to our members for being patient and commenting constructively.