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comment Route IP Traffic Based on Process to Different Default Routes / Interfaces
Thanks, however, unless I'm not understanding, you example seems to only manage packets with a dest. port of 465. While that might work for something like an MTA, it would not be very helpful for anything that used an a priori undefined set of destination ports.
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comment Route IP Traffic Based on Process to Different Default Routes / Interfaces
Thank you, but not quite what I'm looking for. I've edited the question to be more clear than it initially was.
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comment How to DNSSEC Sign Bind9 Reverse Zone
@VasiliSyrakis: Paperwork has been filed for that to happen for a couple of the addresses. Doing more reading last night, my guess is that generally only institutions registered with ARIN or the like end up signing their reverse zones. Thank you again.
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comment How to DNSSEC Sign Bind9 Reverse Zone
@VasiliSyrakis: I'm mystified as well. I would have presumed that given "10.11.12.13 IN A foo.bar.com." the reverse would be "13.12.11.10.in-addr.arpa IN PTR foo." but I'm having trouble understanding how one sets up DNSSEC for both forwrd and reverse. It seems silly -- to me -- to have signed forward and unsigned reverse, but there seems to be limited docs in the first few pages of Google results.
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comment Excessive CPU Utilization for Bind 9.8.1 `named` processes
9.8.2, I believe. As I commented above the problem was an ID10T error. Some moron (me) forgot to let named know where to find its dnssec keys. :( Thanks, though