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[Unbound-users] per-forwarder source address?

Michael Tokarev
Wed May 2 08:05:42 CEST 2012


On 02.05.2012 09:29, Andreas Schulze wrote:
> Am 01.05.2012 10:15 schrieb Michael Tokarev:
>> Any comments on this?  I can try to implement it
>> but I've no idea if this is considered useful at
>> all.  To me it is - obviously - useful ;)
> I use unbound since years in may strange setups.
> But never noticed wrong souce addresses as a problem.
> That's a point I always rely on the selection algorithm implemented in the os.
> (but it's always linux in my case ...)
> 
> so -1, sorry
> Andreas

So please tell me how to implement the setup I described using
linux routing, without resorting to policy routing.

Thanks,

/mjt

>>> I've a multi-homed host here, in DMZ, with unbound
>>> running on it.  The internal network has its own
>>> auth nameservers and its own domain names.  The
>>> host in question has regular externally-accessible
>>> IP addresses (several) and 192.168.* addresses for
>>> access of internal LAN.
>>>
>>> And the issue I'm seeing is - unability to configure
>>> "regular" outgoing address (outgoing-interface) which
>>> should be one of these external IPs, together with
>>> using one of internal addresses when contacting the
>>> forwarders.
>