[Unbound-users] Wildcards like *.foo.com
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Sat Apr 11 07:40:31 UTC 2009
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No, unbound is not an authoritative server, and doesn't have all the
authoritative DNS capabilities (you could run a real auth server and
point a stub-zone at it).
What you want can be done with
local-zone: "ls.local" redirect
local-data: "ls.local 86400 IN A 192.168.2.30"
It replies with 192..30 for ls.local and everything below.
Including a.b.c.*.ls.local... So more than a wildcard would, but anyway
an academic difference to you, no doubt.
Hauke Hoffmann wrote:
> I'm new to unbound but i've get it running. :-)
> But I've a question:
> is it possible to use wildcards for subdomains like:
> local-data: "*.ls.local. 86400 IN A 192.168.2.30"
> local-data: ".ls.local. 86400 IN A 192.168.2.30"
> didn't work
> Thanks for helping!
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