[Pdns-users] RBL Anyone?
curtis at maurand.com
Wed Oct 14 18:09:08 UTC 2009
so I'm assuming that my zone would be named something like rbl.mydomain.com
and then each IP address that I would block would have an ip address of
insert into records (domain_id, name, type, content) values
('<zone_id>', '192.168.35.2' , 'A', '127.0.0.2')
Is this correct?
Its a given that I would periodically have to purge, but I'd rather have
the system check against the localhost, then zen.spamhaus.org, then others.
Tyler Hall wrote:
> Yes, it works, why wouldn't it? RBLs just do DNS lookups and look for
> an answer.
> OT -- The only problem with having your own RBL is when will you know
> to remove the listing? You will end up blocking people longer then
> they should be. I've been in spamhaus before on accident, if I
> emailed you during that time, I'd never be able to email you again
> unless you plan on flushing out the table every few days. Just think
> about the stuff like that.
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 9:06 AM, Curtis Maurand <curtis at maurand.com
> <mailto:curtis at maurand.com>> wrote:
> Has anyone ever used PDNS to host an internal RBL. I'd like to
> cut down my traffic to spamhaus before I have to start paying them
> a big fee. I can harvest addresses from a mail log and put them
> into a zone with an A record of 127.0.0.2.
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