Greetings I'm using unbound for my local home network. Problem is in that I'm using virtual servers for various tasks on my server, so I have big enough zones to think about reducing mantaince work. Currently i'm using two NSDs - one for 'public' zone data, which contains all AAAA and public A records, and one for 'private' zone data, that is - for ips like 192.168.*. (Yes, I'm trying to do so-called 'split-horizon') Problem is, that for every new record, even SRV or CNAME, I'm forced to add them to both servers and, what is much worse, I'm forced to dublicate all AAAA records, as unbound queries only one server specified for stub-zone and returns what it returns =). So, here comes my question - is it somehow possible to make unbound query all specified nameservers in specified order, accumulating result, but keeping first positive answer, if another is given (maybe through some additional script or module)? Or, maybe, there could be 'transparent' stub-zone, like local-zones (same idea) (that seems to how dnsmasq operates)? Thanks.