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Configuration issue

Aggelos Kanarelis
Tue Nov 28 11:31:45 CET 2017


Hi Wouter

So just to summarize.

A local zone with "." refuse

Then my existing forward zones?

Thanks

Aggelos Kanarelis
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From: W.C.A. Wijngaards [mailto:wouter at nlnetlabs.nl]
Sent: 28 November 2017 08:15
To: Aggelos Kanarelis <Aggelos.Kanarelis at artsalliancemedia.com>
Subject: Re: Configuration issue

Hi Aggelos,

With that I mean you could have the defaults after the local-zone
statements that act to filter the inputs. And then unbound performs
regular recursive DNS server lookups.

But you could also include the forward-zone: text from config that you
have already, and configure the lookups to be performed at particular
upstream servers.

So I meant the pieces of text starting with forward-zone:

Best regards, Wouter

On 27/11/17 17:28, Aggelos Kanarelis wrote:
> Thanks Wouter
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> I am a little green so what do you mean by forward clauses? How would I
> add those?
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> Thanks
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> Aggelos Kanarelis
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> Systems Engineer
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> *Arts Alliance Media Ltd*
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> *From:*Unbound-users [mailto:unbound-users-bounces at unbound.net] *On
> Behalf Of *W.C.A. Wijngaards via Unbound-users
> *Sent:* 27 November 2017 16:09
> *To:* unbound-users at unbound.net<mailto:unbound-users at unbound.net>
> *Subject:* Re: Configuration issue
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> Hi,
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> The order does not matter for local-zone, local-data, forward and stub
> clauses. Unbound picks the closest one. First the local-zone and
> local-data statements are processed. Then the cache of forward and stub
> data. Then the lookup vi forward and stub data.
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> You could create a local-zone: "." refuse and local-zone: "example.com<http://example.com>
> <http://example.com<http://example.com>>"
> transparent for all of the names you want resolved. If you want those
> names forwarded somewhere, you can then also include forward clauses for
> those names. The other names are rejected.
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> Best regards, Wouter
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> On 27/11/17 15:09, Sonic via Unbound-users wrote:
>> Maybe post the unbound.conf file (no comment lines please).
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