[nsd-users] Geographic IP Location Based DNS Query Responding
bry8star at inventati.org
Thu Sep 19 02:05:59 UTC 2013
My message/request was about, specifying different IP-address based
web+email server located in different geo location, from different
NSD based authoritative NS servers, based on visitor's IP-address
And if order of NS records can also be re-arranged, then that would
be optional extra benefit.
Thanks though (i was able to locate BIND's GeoDns patch, even before
posting 1st message here).
-- Bright Star.
Received from Johan Ihrén, on 2013-09-16 6:20 AM:
> On Sep 16, 2013, at 08:55 , Jakob Schlyter wrote:
>> On 26 aug 2013, at 19:40, Bry8 Star <bry8star at inventati.org> wrote:
>>> Hi, If i were to place 3 NS/DNS servers in 3 different
>>> geographic/country location (for a set of domain-names), and want to
>>> serve dns services to users(site-visitors) from their geographic
>>> closest location based NS/DNS server first, how would i configure NSD ?
>> Sorry, NSD can't do such magic tricks. You better look at the GeoDNS patches for BIND or the like.
> While I most certainly agree with this, I'd back up one more step and ask whether there is a real problem to be solved or if this is about a perceived problem?
> I.e. unless I misread the original message it was only about optimizing the order of the name servers in the response packet, not about changing the actual response to the query.
> And as long as we're only talking about the order of the NS records it really is a non-issue, because that will still be subject to the resolver strategy in deciding which one is "best" for them.
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