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[Unbound-users] Use hostname or fqdn file unbound.conf

Sander Smeenk
Mon Jul 2 17:38:52 CEST 2012


Quoting Miek Gieben (miek at miek.nl):

> >     interface: my.fqdn.example.tld
> > instead of:
> >     interface: 2007:db8::1
> > I highly doubt that'll work and don't think it is what one should want.
> Interesting, using a fqdn in a startup file for a resolver.

Yes. Well, it *could* work if you put that entry in /etc/hosts, but then
what is the difference to putting IPs in your unbound.conf ;-)

Again, not what one should want.

-Sndr.
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