Install Problem

Peter Hessler phessler at
Fri Dec 31 20:25:23 UTC 2004 means listen on all interfaces.  its the default, unless there 
is an listen-on directive.

for bind, in named.conf, you can add
        listen-on  {;; };
to your options {} block to get it to listen to localhost, and  

On Fri, Dec 31, 2004 at 03:21:49PM -0500, David A. Coursey wrote:
:You're right, but shouldn't it be interface specific?  I believe the
:  in netstat is what is causing the socket to be busy even though
:I limited bind to listen-on and  I stopped named
:and nsd started just fine and answered digs of my zones.  Is there another
:way to stop bind from using the  I have had this setup working
:before, but it was on nsd 1.X.
:|You probably have already a programm listening on por 53. I 
:|wouldn't be suprised that that is "named". Do a ps ax | grep 
:|named or, if your system supports that, do a sockstat to find out.
:|	jaap
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