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Вы писали 25 октября 2003 г., 19:24:56:
JR> Vladimir wrote:
Hi, freebsd-questions. ;; res_nsend: Operation timed out
JR> Furthermore I don't use acl's, I'm using packet filtering.
You have 2 lines with defined acl's in your config and allow only for requests matching the one of the list entries. If I were in your situation, I would remove them for testing to see whether it works than or not. I don't have any experience with access control within bind, so I cannot tell you if it's correct. I you ipf to block request not coming from 10.62.10.0/24 or 127.0.0.0/8 to this machine.
JR> $ dig 127.0.0.1
JR> ; <<>> DiG 8.3 <<>> 127.0.0.1
JR> ;; MSG SIZE sent: 27 rcvd: 102
Try to connect to internet and see if it works fine than. If it does, either your /etc/resolve.conf is wrong or your access restriction are.
JR> As you can see here, my server responds. You should check your logfiles JR> to see why your server denied to answer the request. Maybe you have to JR> increase the verbosity for it.
How i can do it?
named(8) tells you :-)
Maybe something wrong in my configs?
And why mc start so long? I know that because of named, bucaese when I stop it mc start quikly.
First assumtion of me is your acl's. If they're not, we'll look deeper :-)
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