[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
There's nothing to stop you configuring that local nameserver to use
your two "backups" for names that it cannot resolve.
El día Monday, April 10, 2006 a las 10:44:52AM -0400, Ken Stevenson escribió:
I think the problem is that once your first server responds with a
"domain not found", that's considered an answer to your query. It
doesn't try another DNS server just to see if it gets a different
answer. If you were to disable the DNS server on 10.0.1.201, then it
would use xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx or yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy to resolve the query.
Yes, you're right. It is said in (...) that the fall down only works
on timeout. I did not read carefully enough, stupid as I am. :-(
You could then leave the two backups in /etc/resolv.conf but if your
local nameserver is authoritative for your local domain, then you
probably want to know if it goes away, and those backups won't be able
to look up names in your local domain.
I'm making some assumptions about why you set things up this way in the
first place, and I may be wrong, but there's too little info in your
post to give definitive suggestions.
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