[Pdns-users] pdns recursor question
bert.hubert at netherlabs.nl
Tue May 9 05:32:31 UTC 2006
You did not answer the questions I asked you, and yet you expect me to
answer more of yours!
I'm too good for this world. Yes you can point your pdns to another dns, not
necessary a pdns-recursor one.
All you need to do is add 'recursor=10.12.1.1' to the pdns.conf.
If you have further questions, please tell us how you know it doesn't work.
On Tue, May 09, 2006 at 12:08:33AM -0400, Yusnel_Rojas_Garc?a wrote:
> can't I point my pdns to another dns, not nessesary a pdns-recursor one, a
> bind dns for instance? which is actually what's running in 10.12.1.1 . How
> can I resolve queries throgh it?
> in others words how can I, at the end resolve the pdns unresolved queries
> through my bind dns at 10.12.1.1
> thanks for your patience
> On 5/7/06, bert hubert <bert.hubert at netherlabs.nl> wrote:
> >On Sat, May 06, 2006 at 04:55:43PM -0700, Yusnel_Rojas_Garc?a wrote:
> >> can anyone tellme how to configure the pdns-recursor?
> >> I already configured de pdns.conf using recursor=10.12.1.1 which is my
> >> nameserver
> >> but this don't resolve unresolved queries
> >> What should i do?
> >Does a recursor actually run on 10.12.1.1 already? How did you check if
> >queries were being resolved?
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