Parodius.com Comes Back!
After our previous IPP, Dynamik Networking, lost their T1 *TWICE* (from two different T1 providers, none the less!), we had no possible way to redirect parodius.com accesses to another site. The reason for this is due to Dynamik Networking not even being able to provide working DNS, a *VERY* mediocre task. That's why whenever you'd try to visit anything on parodius.com, nothing would work. Not to point fingers, but this is *NOT* our fault: it's the fault of Dynamik Networking.
I will try to be optimistic, stating what's going on:
After months of being completely out-of-touch with the real world, we are now beginning to slowly re-emerge from the pit of dispair.
Thanks to Dreamscape Creations (http://dreamscape.org/) and Fr0 Industries, we will be able to get the mildly-successful parodius.com back online.
The most common question asked is "What has changed?"
Primarily, our hardware:
Dreamscape Creations has offered to host our DNS, as well as Fr0 Industries (who currently is having network problems of their own). Within the next few weeks, you will be able to actually visit parodius.com in a limited number of ways.
Most importantly, you *WILL* be able to visit the (in?)famous http://archaic-ruins.parodius.com/ URL very shortly. It will redirect you http://kayos.reshall.ksu.edu/ar/, but that's until we actually get our own network connection back up and going.
If you're an actual subscriber/user to/of parodius.com, your Email can be redirected at your request. Email me (firstname.lastname@example.org), telling me who you are, and where you wish your Email to go. Alas, you will not be able to use your parodius.com shell account: this will be rectified once we get our own network connection. Any FTP or telnet accesses will actually end up going to Dreamscape Creations, not Parodius Networking. There's no real way I can fix this problem, folks. Sorry :-(
If you wish to get files or such from your account on parodius.com, you may do so (but with limited bandwidth: 33.6k, to be specific) via the host parodius.dyn.ml.org. Be wary using this site, however, as it is actually in my living quarters. I keep a very close eye on it, so don't try anything sneaky ;-)
That's not all. Our desired hardware:
We thank you for being patient and understanding.
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