derek at computinginnovations.com
Fri May 23 14:48:17 UTC 2008
At 09:07 AM 5/23/2008, Steve Bertrand wrote:
>Derek Ragona wrote:
>>At 09:10 PM 5/22/2008, Ruel Luchavez wrote:
>>>Is it possible in BIND DNS to block images in a certain sites? like for
>>>example the popular friends site ( friendster),
>>>i want to block most images in that site so that client will be irritated
>>>that their images don't load perfectly. but s till
>>>they can visit their site?
>>>Any idea guys?
>>define in your hosts any host or URL you want to block as the localhost,
>>You can google for whole host files to use to block a bunch of different
>I assumed by the OP's original message that this was a workplace-type
>environment, and figured that he wouldn't want to hand-manage this type of
>Also, pardon my ignorance, but if you were to DNS redirect a domain name
>to a specific IP with BIND, wouldn't you have to create a DNS zone for
>each domain name?
no, you usually have /etc/nsswitch.conf set to check files before dns, so
hosts is checked first.
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