[Pdns-users] Multiple IP?

Duane at e164 dot org duane at e164.org
Sat Jul 11 12:01:39 UTC 2009

SoloUnAltroNick wrote:
> Hi Leen,
> "It is highly advised to bind to specific 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.""
> Ok, so it seems an unix-related problem.

That isn't right, you have to bind a listener to each interface and then
use that specific instance to reply to incoming queries.


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