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After some more testing the pf rules, I briefly let all traffic pass and realized the mistake was that while I had pass quick on lo0 all in the pf.conf, the jail is running under lo1. I added pass quick on lo1 all and it works now. Also note that from within a jail, you should query the jail IP instead of localhost. So, in the jails resolv.conf: ...


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By default the DNS server listens on all interfaces / IP addresses. Most DNS servers set to allow recursive queries should not be listening on a public interface / IP address. Doing so allows them to be used in a DNS applification attack (a type of DDOS), ref: US-Cert DNS Amplification Attacks. Configure the DNS server to only listen on internal ...


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You need to configure forwarders. To quote from the linked article: Click Start, click Run, type dnsmgmt.msc, and then press ENTER. The DNS Manager console will open. In the console tree, click the name of the DNS server you wish to configure. On the Action menu, click Properties. Click the Forwarders tab. Modify the list of forwarders as ...


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The thing is if you're missing a virtual host for a domain in Apache (i.e. a virtual host for www.abc.co.in for HTTPS - 443), then accessing a a subdomain pointing to the webserver will display the first virtual host from the Apache configuration. In this case what I assume is happening is that you don't have a virtual host for your domain on port 443 and ...


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If you are using an Apache webserver as basis, it can also be due to the Apache web server / security settings. Check the rerouting / SSL configuration of your apache installation and verify the if you added the correct target URL.


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This being a 'government domain name' is not a factor. It works just like other domains. The mpwt.gov.la zone is not delegated to ns101.ovh.net but rather as seen below: mpwt.gov.la. 3600 IN NS ns2.lanic.gov.la. mpwt.gov.la. 3600 IN NS ns3.lanic.gov.la. mpwt.gov.la. 3600 IN NS ...


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You'd mostly use Cloud DNS for the convenience of having it right there in the control panel. Only Google can say, but I'd bet the underlying infrastructure is nearly the same, but with some amount of DNS service (which is mostly cheap to provide, especially for low-volume sites) built into the price. Cloud DNS is awesome because you can use a REST API, the ...


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UPDATE: from Google Domains Help: Google Domains pricing and supported TLDs: One important thing to note in default features lists among others: Features included at no additional cost Google nameservers with 10 million DNS resolutions per year And also note: Google Domains is currently available only for users in the US, as mentioned here. ...


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Google Domains is a registrar which also offers a DNS service; Google Cloud DNS is a pure cloud-based DNS service, which doesn't handle domain registration but offers higher control and more features on the service itself. When you register a domain, there are two steps involved: the actual registration and the handling of the DNS service for the domain. ...



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