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Because the now-invalid forward.conf still exists, though, local-unbound-setup leaves a reference to it in unbound.conf. Reply Link l33zard January 18, 2013, 1:57 amGreat info tnx to creators Reply Link Manhelp March 28, 2013, 6:15 pmCould you please tell me what is Global DNS server? I just noticed this bit: ;; QUESTION SECTION:
;; yoda.geek.lan. When running a mail server, to fight spam it's common to use DNS-based RBL services. his comment is here

Does unbound have a similar option for local authoritative dns? Have you tried running it in debug mode? Please send feedbacks/bug reports/patches/anything else directly on ipsec-tools-devel or freebsd-net MLs (for respective patches), so everyone interested will have the info. If there's a better forum for these questions, please point me to it. :) Reply Dag-Erling Smørgrav says: 2015-09-17 at 14:27 So, would it be better to have your patch just https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/4763/

nslookup ! | | | ^ | | C 9. "ping: cannot resolve hostname" +/– iiv (ok) on 27--10,15:56 >[ ]>>>>... Did I miss anything? Hold my beer and watch this: # pgrep -lf dhclient 1316 dhclient: vtnet0 1265 dhclient: vtnet0 [priv] # cat /etc/resolv.conf # Generated by resolvconf search example.com nameserver 192.0.2.53 # time host when is it used?

i have statis dns ip from ISP and currently using fedora8. issue this command ‘ls -lrt' you should see at least something like this ‘-rw-r-r- ‘ Reply Link kadam August 9, 2010, 7:16 amhianyone can help me create dns server in redhat If local-unbound-setup deleted forward.conf like you expected it to, then running it twice would render your system unusable. Schon vom neuen GMX MultiMessenger geh?rt?

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(): (+) WIKI MAN' / "ping: cannot resolve hostname" Was it a conscious decision on the unbound developers' part to ignore a response with a TTL of 0, or did they just not consider that scenario? What do you run on 10.10.50.254? http://osdir.com/ml/freebsd-net/2009-01/msg00270.html IN A

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yoda.geek.lan. 0 IN A 10.10.50.50

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;; Query time: 0 msec
;; WHEN: Thu Jan 1 01:00:00 1970

asked 4 years ago viewed 2414 times active 4 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Related 1ping my domain name ,the result seems strange0Ping Command and Maybe i'm totally blind. > > > Regards > Volker > > > freenas:~# hostname > freenas.local > > freenas:~# cat /etc/resolv.conf > search localdomain nameserver 172.16.194.2 > > freenas:~# cat added what you said, and ping is still not working for the google.pl and others... –Cyclone Mar 15 '12 at 14:52 You need to install a recursive dns server Usually everything is for local server setup.

All should be well in the config files; forwarding is set up as you asked for in rc.conf. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Cannot resolve domain while sending a ping up vote 0 down vote favorite I can't ping any domain from my dedicated server: The problem turned out to be the DHCP-provided resolver does not support DNSSEC. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

I learned the most important lesson I think which is I am still a beginner and I should take it one step at a time. this content This was on AWS EC2. Most of this is magic to me. this is my unbound.conf: server:
username: unbound
directory: /var/unbound
chroot: /var/unbound
pidfile: /var/run/local_unbound.pid
auto-trust-anchor-file: /var/unbound/root.key
private-domain: "geek.lan"

include: /var/unbound/forward.conf
and forward.conf forward-zone:
name:

I could also use name_server_blacklist to prevent the DHCP-assigned resolver from being listed as a forwarder at all. Thank you for this site. Reply Dag-Erling Smørgrav says: 2015-05-20 at 20:05 That's a bit difficult in the DHCP case since the forwarder can change every time you renew your lease. weblink So, you'll either need to create a CNAME for localdomain in a DNS zone file - or better; search: localhost, or local in your resolv.conf file. :) Best wishes. --Chris On

You must do ‘restart’ instead of ‘reload’. The only way to get the lookups to work is to disable forwarding entirely (‘unbound-control forward off') or at least take my ISP's server out of the mix, as demonstrated below: Reply wonslung says: 2013-12-05 at 06:19 Hello.

Perhaps the setup script should sanity check the forwarder before using it.

I understand the reason for setup not deleting forward.conf; your explanation helped. Running resolvconf -u continues to result in the router's IP address being pulled from somewhere (a DHCP lease renewal, I assume) and written into forward.conf, overwriting my 75.75.75.75. anything that could help to solve? Unfortunately unbound can't forward requests from localhost to provider's DNS servers.

But if you don't mind maintaining your own list of authoritative servers for those zones, you can put them in stub-zone entries. Is it used when you dont define any DNS IP in resov.conf?Where can it be configured?Please guide. please help me Reply Link kumar January 10, 2010, 10:53 amgood I was looking for such type of articals really. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-resolve/cannot-resolve-the-name-to-a-n.html Reply Link unamed February 19, 2008, 1:47 pmThnx helped me :) Reply Link sathish February 22, 2008, 4:08 amhi;Im having problem with DNS where it unable to lookup the dns that