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[Unbound-users] 8.8.8.8

Hauke Lampe
Mon Jun 28 18:50:15 CEST 2010


----- Original message -----
> 
> Paul Wouters wrote, On 2010. 06. 27. 17:52:

> > stub-zone:
> > name:"ca."
> > stub-prime:"no"
> > stub-addr:192.228.22.190
> > stub-addr:192.228.22.189
> 
> Yes, I understand this. I don't unserstand the difference between 
> stub-prime:"no" and stub-prime:"yes".

The difference is indirection.

With "stub-prime: no", unbound uses the configured nameservers directly to resolve queries.

With "stub-prime: yes", unbound asks the nameservers for the zones's NS records (i.e. "priming") and then uses those records to resolve names within the zone.

Delegations would be followed in both cases.


HTH,
Hauke