DNS caching example

Ivailo Tanusheff i.tanusheff at procreditbank.bg
Tue Jul 12 10:10:34 GMT 2005

Better use djbdns, it's part of the ports. There is a lot of documentation 
and also is an easy to maintain dns server

Ivailo Tanusheff
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Garrett Mackey <garrett.mackey at o2.ie> 
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07/12/2005 12:54 PM

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DNS caching example

Hi there

Anyone got a example of how they set up their freebsd host as a 
caching-only nameserver.
I have followed the procedure in the handbook but am still having 
I would be particularly interested in sample localhost.rev and 
named.conf files.
I'm new enough to freebsd and would appreciate any help.

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