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[Unbound-users] local-zone transparent behavior

W.C.A. Wijngaards
Fri Mar 19 09:07:05 CET 2010


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Hi Bryan,

Why do you want this, really?  It is not possible to simple set the MX
or NS records as well?

Or the set-up that Paul detailed?

Just asking before bloating the code with a feature.

Best regards,
   Wouter

On 03/18/2010 08:10 PM, Bryan Clay wrote:
> Hello all,
> 
> It's my understanding that in a configuration like:
> 
> local-zone: foo.com transparent
> local-data: "foo.com A 55.55.55.55"
> 
> Any queries for MX or NS records on foo.com <http://foo.com> will
> return NOERROR/NODATA by design, even if that data exists in a forwarder
> upstream.  This make me cry and I would be hugely grateful for a method,
> now or in a future release, for a way to bypass this behavior.
> 
> I also recommend that this specific behavior be documented with the rest
> of the transparent behavior in the manual.  It took me more than an hour
> to diagnose this issue.  Maybe it will keep some other poor sap from
> going insane.
> 
> Thanks for comments,
> Bryan
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