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Questions tagged [unbound]

Unbound is an open-source DNSSEC validating DNS resolver.

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DNSSEC validated DNS Query using libunbound from Local Zone? [closed]

-1 I'm trying to use libunbound library to fetch DNSSEC validated SMIMEA record from locally signed DNS zone. I can make the query from a live .com domain. I have created a gmail.com domain using ...
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Dig +trace not working, while +notrace works

I am trying to troubleshoot some DNS issues and I am starting by trying to trace my DNS lookups using dig +trace. Im getting some weird results. If do a normal dig to my unbound resolver. dig @192....
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unbound.service service unit slow start/restart on 1 VM and fast on another

I am debugging an issue with Unbound (DNS Resolver software) on CentOS Linux release 7.5.1804 (Core). I have 2 VMs in different environments that are supposedly running the same Unbound software. [...
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Unbound config to forward unknow local subdomain name

I am currently on a local aera network where no loop-back is allowed meaning that I cannot reach my public IP address from the local network. Several services need to be migrated in my local area ...
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Unbound forward-zones of subdomains overlap

I have a subdomain (imap) that is accessible from an external network and I have some subdomains (file-drive) that are only accessible form the internal network. I do not have access to the dns-server ...
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unbound.conf server option “private-domain” - domain name ending in a dot nor not?

unbound.conf is used to configure Unbound, a caching DNS resolver. The documentation of version 1.6.8 says: Server Options private-domain: <domain name> Allow this domain, and all ...
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Unbound doesnt start

after installing Unbound apt-get -y install unbound dnsutils su -c "unbound-anchor -a /var/lib/unbound/root.key" - unbound systemctl reload unbound apt-get -y install resolvconf echo "nameserver ...
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Unbound DNS: how to ask forwarders only after direct NS query is failed

By default, Unbound DNS server works by "classic" scheme: queries root servers for zone NS records, then queries NS'es for A/AAAA/... Sometime (rarely) connectivity between my DNS and target NS'es is ...
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unbound forward zone syntax

I want to configure unbound to lookup certain domain names with an alternative dns server, with forward-zone. The documentation I find have two syntaxes: forward-zone: name: "mynetwork.com." forward-...
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Configure LXC to use specific DNS server instead of DNSMASQ

Out of the box, my LXC containers connect to a running instance of dnsmasq, which is started with the lxc-net service. In my case, I am running a local unbound DNS server that connects to a thing ...
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Setup Unbound DNS for both caching/local usage and website ns

I want to use Unbound as caching and as my ns1.domain.com nameserver with DNSSEC. I came across Unbind which looks quite easy to setup and use. unbound-control local_data "mywebsite.com A 11.22.3.44"...
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Unbound : what capacity will i need on drive? [closed]

I'm planning to set up my own dns server (for a cybercafe, 30 computers) what size will unbound need on hdd after months of use ? Mb, Gb, Tb ?
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Are search domains from resolv.conf used only for A/AAAA queries?

Are the user provided search domains from resolv.conf used only for A/AAAA queries ? Are they used for any other purpose ?
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How to make Unbound block private IPs in resolved domains (DNS rebinding)

I set up Unbound in my local network as a local DNS resolver. I noticed that it will not filter any private IP addresses in the resolved domains and forward any IP address that a domain resolves to. ...
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How can I prevent unbound from restarting?

I'm running unbound version 1.4.22 Every time I run pon or poff (PPPoE connections) unbound restarts, as seen in the unbound logfile. I easily confirm this is the case by repeating a DNS query that ...
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Unbound Syntax Error

I am trying to use unbound to forward requests to a pair of dns servers, while answering a small hand full of queries locally. In testing this out, I have built the following configuration at /etc/...
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Unbound - domains cached only for short time

I recently set up Unbound for DNS caching, along with DNScrypt on Linux Mint 18.1. It works, but I noticed the pages are cached only for short time: First query to google.com - 48ms (domain not ...
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Unbound refuses requests from localhost even though `access-control: 127.0.0.1 allow_snoop`

This is my unbound.conf server: interface: 0.0.0.0 access-control: 10.0.0.0/8 allow_snoop access-control: 127.0.0.1 allow_snoop access-control: 192.168.0.0/16 allow_snoop ... Reading the ...
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unbound not forwarding query to another recursive DNS server

I'm trying to use unbound to forward DNS queries to other recursive DNS server. My unbound.conf looks like: forward-zone: name: "." forward-addr:x.x.x.x forward-addr:x.x.x.x forward-addr:x.x.x.x But ...
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Puppet odd issue - Error 400 on SERVER: Duplicate declaration: Unbound::Record[host.example.com] is already declared in file

Hope someone could help me with my issue ) So, I have several VHost which managed by puppet, including DNS (unbound). One vhost was deleted some time ago and and recreated recently with new IP ...
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Reverse DNS Lookup for 10.* Failing

I am trying to configure NSD and Unbound to handle Internal DNS. I have everything working for forward look ups but reverse looks ups are failing. I am not sure what to do next, but looking at the ...
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Resolving route53 private hosted zone cnames internally

We have a DNS server outside of AWS, inside we have route53 with some private hosted zones. I want cnames on the private hosted zones to be available internally (when you access them inside the office)...
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Restrict DNS usage to some clients

I firstly asked the question here: https://networkengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/33948/restrict-dns-usage-to-some-clients I would like to create a unbound DNS server. I don't have the IP ...
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Public pfSense don't resolve external DNS lookups

I have pfSense with external IP with Unbound DNS Resolver running on it. When I send inquiry from internal network, it replies, but when I send inquiry from external machine it doesn't reply. ...
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Alternative ways to get past 32 rpz zone limit in BIND? …without running BIND a thousand times

Using BIND RPZs gives me exactly what I'm looking for to alter queries. However, my recursive DNS server is in use by hundreds of clients and I am looking for a way to allow each client some level of ...
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Best Practice for Unbound Caching DNS server

We have an Unbound caching server that was setup by another internal team. However, there is no logging enabled. I not only want this enabled for troubleshooting internal name resolution issues, but ...
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disable access-control for unbound DNS server

I have a public DNS server that obviously needs to respond to everyone and anyone. Setting up the access-control directive allowing access from every IP results in a "netblock too large" error. Does ...
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Unbound DNS resolver for a network

I'm actually trying to create a DNS resolver for my local network, to do so, I choosed to use unbound, so I installed it on an Arch Linux server, and it's working, but only for the local machine (127....
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DNS lookup to localhost gives network error

I am running a recursive DNS server on Unbound in a jail on FreeBSD with pf as a firewall. Running drill @xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx example.com (where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the servers IP) on my local machine ...
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Which upstream servers is unbound using? [closed]

In order to have local DNSSEC validation, I set up a Raspberry Pi (having a static IP) with Raspian Jessie and unbound to offer a DNS server to my LAN. After I looked up some tutorials and howtos, I ...
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Unbound stub-host option not resolving using /etc/hosts

I have unbound running as an validating, caching, recursive dns server and nsd3 running as an authoritative nameserver. It seems like every aspect of both work correctly until I attempt to resolve an ...
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How to do parallel queries to the upstream DNS using Unbound?

Can I configure Unbound as forwarder but that it alway send a query to ALL upstream DNS servers that I configure and take as valid reply the first in arrive? Such feature exist in nsmasq pfSense: ...
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Postfix + Unbound for a Single IP Address Only

I'm running in to an issue using zen.spamhaus.org in Postfix. It appears too many people are using the same nameservers I am using .. and I'm getting blocked. What I'd like to do is setup Postfix to ...
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unbound/nsd returning SERVFAIL resolving local LAN DNS. nsd alone works fine

I've been using unbound as a local recursive DNS server. Just added nsd to set up local LAN DNS. nsd is listening on port 53530 and that works fine: $ dig @127.0.0.1 data2.datanet.home -p 53530 ; &...
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What could this extra 50ms latency be on my unbound DNS resolving server (Fedora)?

I have a discrepancy in query latency. It's not a problem, it's just strange enough to worry me. Client machine (Fedora 18) runs unbound-1.4.19-1.fc18.x86_64. Server machine (Debian 7 testing) runs ...
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How to do views in Unbound DNS Server

How would I use the BIND "views" feature in Unbound? I don't seem to be able to find anything online regarding this.