[Pdns-users] Why is pdns searching for NS records at the sub-domain level?

Aki Tuomi cmouse at youzen.ext.b2.fi
Thu Sep 5 19:20:37 UTC 2013

Well, it is not recommended setup. 

But if you insist, I'd place the recursor before the auth, and use 


which is a file that contains

domain= (you can configure your auth to listen this)

This is better setup, as it also prevents you from doing accidents.


On Thu, Sep 05, 2013 at 12:16:11PM -0700, chayes wrote:
> well if I am running authoritative and recursive on the same server, won't
> the authoritative only pass a request if it can't handle it ? that way the
> white listed sites get handled by the authoritative via the database and the
> recursive only gets what's left ... the sites to reject.  Is that right or
> no?
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