XPanel Software, Inc.
powerdns at xpanel.net
Tue Mar 4 20:05:22 UTC 2003
I have 2 IPs on my server
# local-address Local IP address to which we bind
also I tested with 127.0.0.1,184.108.40.206,220.127.116.11
>Also show the command lines you use on those other machines that don't
host -v -t mx test.com 18.104.22.168
what you mean >It is highly advised to bind to specific
interfaces and not use the default 'bind to any'.
> > if I run from shell host -v -t mx test.com localhost then everything is
> > I receive the same results like in that page
> > but if I try that from another server then is not work. Also I tried
> > some nslookup software.
> > this powerdns work only locally,
> Make sure that your powerdns is bound to a specific interface
> (local-address=127.0.0.1, 22.214.171.124). Also show the command lines you use on
> those other machines that don't work.
> quoting from the docs:
> Local IP address to which we bind. You can specify multiple addresses
> separated by commas or whitespace. It is highly advised to bind to
> interfaces and not use the default 'bind to any'. This causes big problems
> if you have multiple IP addresses. Unix does not provide a way of figuring
> out what IP address a packet was sent to when binding to any.
> http://www.PowerDNS.com Open source, database driven DNS Software
> http://lartc.org Linux Advanced Routing & Traffic Control HOWTO
> http://netherlabs.nl Consulting
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