On Wed, 14 Sep 2011 19:53:54 -0700 "Ed - 0x1b, Inc." wrote: > If so, it can change the firewall rules > and run services as well as scripts for synchronization, etc... These > are all things I would only want to do if I were on my own network. Or > maybe I would want to do them differently depending on my system's > network/domain orientation. This is a question more and more systems > will face, and I think Unbound can be the best way to know where one > is in these networks. Youc ould use authpf on OpenBSD or encrypted port knocking, I forget the name, where when your server receives a single packet which causes whatever effects you want. These methods would be far more secure than DNSSEC too.