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Re: BIND will completely drop D-BUS dynamic forwarders table support



On Wed, 2007-12-05 at 14:05 -0800, Roland McGrath wrote:
> > Btw. dnsmasq allows you to restrict nameservers on domains, i.e. specify a 
> > domain for which a nameserver should be asked. But a different question: How 
> > do you handle reverse dns lookups for the internal ip (vpn) addresses, are 
> > they forwarded to the ISP dns, too? Or do you prevent this somehow?
> 
> Those are just more zones you want to be forwards in the "inside" view.
> They are even easier to configure automagically, because you just do all
> the zones for the subnets that are being routed through the VPN connection.

I think this was one argument against using nscd exclusively and moving
to a caching nameserver, because /etc/resolv.conf can't support split
DNS.  How does one do split DNS with nscd?

Dan



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