[Pdns-users] Fwd: Re: Recursor not working
Adam Del Vecchio
adam.delvecchio at go-techo.com
Tue Jul 13 18:40:30 UTC 2010
Yes, I have restarted both daemons. As well as the entire server,
actually. I cannot verify connection to the backend, how would I do that?
It is connecting to the gmysql backend, I see that in the logs. Also, (I
dont remember having to do this when I setup pdns recursor a few months
ago) I have not added recursor to the backend key in pdns.conf, should I?
On Tue, 13 Jul 2010 19:38:34 +0100, Henric Blomgren
<henric at digitalroutes.co.uk> wrote:
> Did you restart (and not reload) the daemon?
> Can you verify that you can connect to the backend?
> Henric Blomgren
> Web developer & Server administrator
> Digital Routes Ltd - (0044) (0) 141 416 2522
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> On 13 July 2010 19:21, Adam Del Vecchio <adam.delvecchio at go-techo.com>
>> Forgot to CC the list :/ Additional information, pdns monitor now shows
>> the following line:
>> Jul 13 18:20:00 Error receiving packet from recursor backend:
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] Recursor not working
>> Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2010 18:17:35 +0000
>> From: Adam Del Vecchio <adam.delvecchio at go-techo.com>
>> To: Henric Blomgren <henric at digitalroutes.co.uk>
>> Alright, I now have it binding to all IP's. However, recursion via VPN
>> does not work still. dig produces the same error, unless run from on
>> local machine, where it works fine. nmap does not show port 54 as being
>> open, on any ip address.
>> Any reason this could still be happening? Is it possible queries from
>> machine are somehow being dis-allowed? Am I able to put a wildcard in
>> queries allowed from variable?
>> Adam Del Vecchio
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Adam Del Vecchio
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