DNS caching: Squid, BIND or anything else?

Ivailo Tanusheff i.tanusheff at procreditbank.bg
Fri Aug 5 09:39:37 GMT 2005

Better use djbdns :)
It's simple, fast and reliable.

Ivailo Tanusheff
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"????? \(Shantanoo\)" <shantanoo at gmail.com>
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Re: DNS caching: Squid, BIND or anything else?

> My question is what's the difference between Squid DNS caching and
> and other programs that cache DNS requests?

BIND is a DNS server. It will reply to DNS queries from others. Squid
DNS won't reply to others DNS queries.

I want just DNS caching. Is Squid is enough for that task?

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