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> BIND 9.14 will have an improved local root implementation (called a > "mirror" zone) which validates the zone so you don't blindly serve bogus > data. The feature is available now in the 9.13 dev branch; I have not > tried mirroring the arpa zones - the docs suggest that isn't a [...]
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In article you write: >We have a couple of small domains whose DNS is served by BIND on our dedicated machines. Almost 3 years ago we had set up DMARC records, >and were getting reports from various MXs every day until a couple of days ago (Aug 13). Then they suddenly [...]
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Doug Barton wrote: > > Slaving the root and ARPA zones is a small benefit to performance for a busy > resolver, [...] > This technique is particularly useful for folks in bad/expensive network > conditions. While the current anycast networks of root servers is much better > than it was "in the old days," [...]
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We have a couple of small domains whose DNS is served by BIND on our dedicated machines. Almost 3 years ago we had set up DMARC records, and were getting reports from various MXs every day until a couple of days ago (Aug 13). Then they suddenly stopped! Nothing in the [...]
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On 08/15/2018 09:11 AM, Bob McDonald wrote: > I've recently been investigating having a local slave copy of the root > zone on a caching/forwarder type server. I've even put the local slave > copy of the root zone into a separate view accessed via a different > loopback address. (An [...]
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