Reputation
Next privilege 125 Rep.
Vote down
Badges
3
Newest
 Supporter
Impact
~694 people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 1 vote cast
Dec
15
comment What is the easist way to configure Microsoft DNS to not answer ISC.org ANY requests?
First step to configure Microsoft DNS to not answer ISC.org any requests requires deactivation of recursion. Microsoft DNS (as stated above) will then still answer requests with an list of root servers though. To avoid this and let MS DNS not anwer ISC.org requests at all you have to remove every root server in the "root hints" tab. Source: social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/forefront/en-US/…
Sep
12
awarded  Supporter
Sep
6
revised Why does an IPv6 route added before virtual machine is started not work
Added new informationen
Sep
6
awarded  Editor
Sep
6
revised Why does an IPv6 route added before virtual machine is started not work
added missing configuration
Sep
5
asked Why does an IPv6 route added before virtual machine is started not work
Oct
31
awarded  Student
Oct
31
comment What is the easist way to configure Microsoft DNS to not answer ISC.org ANY requests?
I tried (and researched) a lot of things before posting - Windows Firewall does not support udp string match rules (like iptables). I don't want to block the whole port (this would make my dns server useless), i only want to filter "isc.org any" dns requests. I don't have access to the router (hosted server), so the last suggestion isn't possible.
Oct
31
asked What is the easist way to configure Microsoft DNS to not answer ISC.org ANY requests?