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Named failed due to permissions and connect fail error

I'm facing a serious problem which has knocked out my server. For some unknown reason, named is no longer working, despite doing my best to remediation the issues found on the logs. I get this error ...
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Why is host so much slower than dig on some queries?

When querying a particular address, dig as run against the resolvers listed in /etc/resolv.conf will return NXDOMAIN nice and quickly where host will take a while. $ dig @<resolver> ...
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Debian resolver adds domain and I don't want that

I have the following problem: if I ping a non existent domain name I get a reply from an IP address # ping nosuchdomain.common PING nosuchdomain.common.myrealdomain.com (192.168.1.1) 56(84) bytes of ...
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How can I specify nameserver's port number in osx? [duplicate]

In resolver manual, it said: The address may optionally have a trailing dot followed by a port number. For example, 10.0.0.17.55 specifies that the nameserver at 10.0.0.17 uses port 55. But it ...
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Replace DNS on Openvpn client without redirect-gateway

I am trying to push DNS to the client with OpenVPN server with config: push "dhcp-option DNS 192.168.x.x" It is working well, but what I really need is that during the VPN connection I do not ...
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Multiple servers for resolving different domains

I was wondering is there a way to configure a linux or windows machine to use separate nameservers depending on what domain is being queried. Like for internal.example.com it resolves to 192.168.10.7 ...
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Looking for Iterative Resolver

I am looking for an Iterative Resolver server - a server that would handle the DNS resolutions for PC users in an environment. I am well aware of the Microsoft DNS and Bind, and also of free services ...
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Resolver Timeouts in Bind 10

Is there any detail on how bind 10 handles resolver timeouts? The latest info I could find was on Bind 8.2.1+ http://fengnet.com/book/DNS.and.BIND.5th.Edition/dns5-CHP-6-SECT-2.html The resolver ...
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Cannot resolve Hostname to IP, but IP to hostname works

I have deployed a bunch of windows server VMs on a cloud hosting service. These machines are all joined to a domain controller on the same service, which also hosts DNS. All of the domain-joined ...
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Where can I find a List of Public DNS Servers/Resolvers [closed]

I am looking for a site or service that provides list of public DNS servers (or resolvers) around the world (besides Google/Opendns).
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DNS Resolver Speed Techniques

I recently received a reply to my concerns about some DNS servers being slower than others despite all servers being anycast: In practice, most resolvers won't be impacted by the slower paths to ...
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DNS Resolver Timeout Mechanism

Do DNS resolvers (the ones at the ISP or Opend DNS or Google) have specific timeout period of waiting for a server to respond? If so is it in an RFC or is it just custom to each resolver? I heard a ...
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Configure a Local DNS Resolver That Only Caches for a Short Period

I am working on an application that will be used to verify new domains are configured correctly as they're set up for hosting. Part of this checks the validity of SPF, DomainKey, DKIM records, etc. ...
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Dynamically updating resolvers listed in /etc/resolv.conf

I rent some Linux servers and the hosting company provides a set of eight DNS resolvers. The response speed varies from resolver to resolver and I periodically modify /etc/resolv.conf to get the best ...