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bind-announce BIND Announcement Mailing List
bind-beta-response Announcement and Discussion List for Participants in BIND Beta Programs
bind-users BIND Users Mailing List. Searchable non-ISC mail archive is here.
bind-workers BIND Workers Mailing List
dhcp-announce DHCP Announcement Mailing List
dhcp-users Users of ISC DHCP. Searchable non-ISC mail archive is here.
dhcp-workers DHCP Workers mailing list.
dlv-announce Announcement-only list for changes in ISC’s DLV registry
inn-announce INN announcements mailing list
inn-bugs INN Bugs Mailing List
inn-committers INN Committers Mailing List
inn-workers INN Workers Mailing List
irrtoolset Discussion of the inter-routing-registry toolset
Kea-announce News, announcement of new releases for Kea DHCP server
Kea-dev For discussion about Kea development, including proposed new feature design.
Kea-Users Discussion about installing and managing the Kea software suite for DHCP
moderators Discussion list for Usenet newsgroup moderators
noc-notice Notification List for Network Events
openreg-users OpenReg General Discussion List
survey-announce ISC Domain Survey Announce List
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BIND-Users

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On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 11:41:37PM +0000, Darcy Kevin (FCA) wrote: > Call me a contrarian, but I've never really signed onto the conventional > wisdom that recursive and authoritative roles should never be mixed, even > as I've transitioned into the InfoSec realm, where, generally speaking, > we are quite wary of [...]
Tue, Feb 20, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
Call me a contrarian, but I've never really signed onto the conventional wisdom that recursive and authoritative roles should never be mixed, even as I've transitioned into the InfoSec realm, where, generally speaking, we are quite wary of mixing roles within a single service (more software complexity leads to higher [...]
Tue, Feb 20, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
Reading between the lines - it sounds like you may be mixing nameserver roles, recursion with authoritative. This is not a good idea and is why other Nameserver software (NSD, UNBOUND and others) either perform one role or the other. I understand that BIND-10 was also designed like this - separate software modules for the [...]
Mon, Feb 19, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 03:51:42PM -0700, @lbutlr wrote: > If I set > > allow-query { 127.0.0.1; [myipblock]; } > > Then my DNS doesn't respond to any other servers, right? This would be > bad for being authoritative. so, should I set that and then set > allow-query { any; }; [...]
Mon, Feb 19, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
If I set allow-query { 127.0.0.1; [myipblock]; } Then my DNS doesn't respond to any other servers, right? This would be bad for being authoritative. so, should I set that and then set allow-query { any; }; in each zone? Is that better than simply setting the IPs that are allowed recursion? _______________________________________________ Please [...]
Mon, Feb 19, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble

 

ISC DHCP-Users

Earlier
Hello, I apologize for the content-less bump, but I'd like to restate my problem, since it seems like it hasn't been seen by anyone. dhclient 4.3.5 (isc-dhcp-client 4.3.5-3 on Raspbian 9.3) does not recognize that another dhclient process is already running. I never see the > dhclient(30189) is already running - exiting Message when invoking dhclient [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
Hi Bob.You are right. What I need is MAC and IP and may use them as arguments to the script or tailing the dhcpd.leases.Thank you very much.KlemenOn Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 3:16 AM, Bob Harold wrote:On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 4:57 PM, Simon Hobson wrote:Klemen Sladic [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
Simon, thank you very much for your explanation, it is really helpful.I may have to slightly re-design my script. Best way I see is using arguments as Bob also suggested.Thanks again.KlemenOn Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 10:57 AM, Simon Hobson wrote:Klemen Sladic wrote: > 1. What is the difference [...]
Wed, Feb 14, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 4:57 PM, Simon Hobson wrote:Klemen Sladic wrote: > 1. What is the difference between dhcpd.leases and dhcpd.leases~ files? The latter is the previous file. Periodically (compiled in 1 hour by default) the server will write out a fresh leases file, move the old one [...]
Mon, Feb 12, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
Yes, that is correct.   Insert that line in with the rest of your logging. on commit {     log (         info,         [...]
Mon, Feb 12, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble

Kea-Users

Earlier
I am working on a new hook so I have a build where "make install" works well. Note I kept the default prefix "/usr/local", this gives: % ls /usr/local/lib/hooks libdhcp_flex_id.a libdhcp_host_cache.a libdhcp_legal_log.a libdhcp_flex_id.la libdhcp_host_cache.la libdhcp_legal_log.la libdhcp_flex_id.so libdhcp_host_cache.so libdhcp_legal_log.so libdhcp_ha.a libdhcp_host_cmds.a libdhcp_subnet_cmds.a libdhcp_ha.la libdhcp_host_cmds.la libdhcp_subnet_cmds.la libdhcp_ha.so libdhcp_host_cmds.so libdhcp_subnet_cmds.so Regards Francis Dupont PS: of course only the *.so are useful. If you find it is inconvenient to get also the .a and .la, please open [...]
Tue, Feb 20, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Hello Dyl, The hooks libraries should be located in the Kea installation directory under lib/hooks. Marcin Siodelski ISC On 20.02.2018 21:37, Dylan Masson wrote: > Greetings, > My company has recently purchased the premium package for Kea 1.3.0, and I have not been able to locate the hooks libraries, so that I can add their [...]
Tue, Feb 20, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Greetings, My company has recently purchased the premium package for Kea 1.3.0, and I have not been able to locate the hooks libraries, so that I can add their path to my config file. Does anyone have the names of the hooks libraries files? If I know the proper names, [...]
Tue, Feb 20, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Kea users,We're excited to have been selected as one of the participating mentor organizations in this year's Google Summer of Code program. https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations/5884725911093248/Students have until March 12th to make a proposal to work on a Kea-related project. If accepted, the student will spend the summer working on a [...]
Mon, Feb 12, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Hi, I'm looking for a solution so that kea doesn't send the renew- and rebind-timers. Looking at the user guide: "Note that renew-timer and rebind-timer are optional. If they are not specified the client will select values for T1 and T2 timers according to the RFC 2131." I was expecting that the following code would do [...]
Sun, Feb 11, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble

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