[Pdns-users] How to avoid to be redirected to ad by my ISP if NXDOMAIN?
Ton van Rosmalen
ton at netbase.nl
Fri Nov 13 19:55:14 UTC 2009
Gerhard GauÃÂling schreef:
> Am Freitag, 13. November 2009 schrieb Gerhard GauÃÂling:
>> Does DHCPOFFER of 172.16.240.21 from 172.16.240.3 (my router,
>> fritz!box), imply, that the router acts also as a dns server?
> Sorry, tzhat I answer to myself, but what means this:
> DNS Proxy launched, local port 57270, remote 172.16.240.3:53
I'm a bit at a loss. These messages come from the pdns authorative
It can be configured to use a forwarder in this case apparently your router.
Earlier you wrote:
Nov 12 23:59:50 Calling daemonize, going to background
gerhard at ubuntu:~$
gerhard at ubuntu:~$ ps axu|grep recu
root 20642 0.0 0.0 12704 1416 ? Ss Nov12 0:00
pdns_recursor --local-address=172.16.240.1 --allow-from=172.16.240.1/8 --daemon --trace
Which is the recursor. Using this information I would think your
/etc/resolv.conf would need:
The DHCP configuration can replace your local network settings which you
should be able to adjust using th dhclient.conf.
Â½t offer any usable advise on the dhcp matter though.
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