Perhaps a bit off-topic, but since dynablock.easynet.nl's untimely demise, I have been running the dynablock zone in BIND. Works great, but takes a whopping 117MB! So, I tried using rbldnsd, which is about 10 times more memory-efficient (!). I created a zone, dynablock.my-domain.info, and added the zone-data, and start rbldns as follows:
rbldnsd -u bind:bind -r /usr/rbldns -b 127.0.0.1 -P 53 -c 0 \ dynablock.my-domain.info:generic:zoneheader.dynablock.my-domain.info \ dynablock.my-domain.info:ip4set:dynablock.my-domain.info The "zoneheader.dynablock.my-domain.info" contains the following: $NS 86400 ns1.my-domain.info $SOA 1w ns1.my-domain.info admin.my-domain.info 0 2h 2h 1w 1h @ 86400 A 127.0.0.1 dsl-cable-dhcp-dialup.ip 86400 A 127.0.0.2 dsl-cable-dhcp-dialup.ip 86400 TXT Dynamic/Residential IP range Rbldsnd starts fine, without error, and says it loaded all zones: rbldnsd: ip4set:dynablock.my-domain.info: 20031123 174253: \ e32/24/16/8=372826/241350/1001/0 rbldnsd: generic:zoneheader.dynablock.my-domain.info: 20031123 183814: e=3 rbldnsd: version 0.96 (29 May 2003) started (listening on [127.0.0.1]:53) Yet, I cannot get any query to resolve on it: % nslookup 188.8.131.52.dynablock.my-domain.info *** Can't find server name for address 127.0.0.1: Query refused I guess I misconfigured the "zoneheader" somehow. But I do not see how. Is there anyone out there with a working knowledge of rbldns who can tell me what I am doing wrong? It manages load load the whole dynablock zone in less than 8MB (!), so it is worth trying to get to work, I'd say. Thanks, - Mark _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"