DNS service with a SQL backend
daniel at stiw.org
Thu Jul 21 07:27:40 GMT 2005
On Thu, 21 Jul 2005 15:20:11 +0800, Norberto Meijome <freebsd at meijome.net>
> Bruno Gallant wrote:
>> We are redesigning our DNS infrastructure, which has been running on
>> BIND with the regular flat files for years, and there would be a need
>> for the data to be in a database. (postgresql or mysql, of course)
> On a similar thread, does anyone know of any dns server software that
> would serve different IPs depending on where the query/request comes
> i.e., - resolve www.mydomain.com to the IP of my server in AU for all
> clients querying from AU,JP and HK. Everyone else should get the IP for
> my server in US.
> Akamai provide this service (amongst other cool services of course :) )
> I think ultradns may do this too. Both use, AFAIK, proprietary solutions.
It may be possible to use BIND9 feature of allowing certain IP ranges to
only query certain zone files.
The only issue I foresee is having to have slightly different zone names
that you wish to serve for each IP range.
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