[Unbound-users] DNS multiplexer?
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Wed Aug 11 14:51:03 UTC 2010
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stub-zone can have NSD as the target. It is just like a forward zone
but unbound handles recursion itself and expects to talk to an
authoritative server. (apart from hosting CNAMEs locally that point
out-of-zone you would not notice the difference, DNS misconfiguration at
On 08/11/2010 04:24 PM, João Damas wrote:
> looked at that, but it says:
> The servers listed as forward-host: and forward-addr: have to handle further recursion for the query. Thus, those servers are not authority servers, but are (just like unbound is) recursive servers too;
> which seemed to rule out NSD as the target for the forward.
> On 11 Aug 2010, at 16:08, Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
>>> Does anyone know of any code that will let one to run Unbound and NSD on
>> the same IP address and still use port 53 for listening on both?
>> Can you not run NSD on the same IP address but different port,
>> and then set unbound to forward queries for the zones NSD is
>> authoritative for to localhost:<port>? I.e. unbound listen on 53.
>> As far as I know, one can. See "Forward Zone Options" in man (5)
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