Integration · Linux · Making things work

Running pdnsd with split dns, bind and windows dns for your internal network

As a follow up to my last post on installing and configuring a sample pdnsd setup for cache only dns server, I wanted to share the context I made my setup in. In our scenario we have a windows AD environment supporting all windows workstations and domain authentication. We also have a bind dns server… Continue reading Running pdnsd with split dns, bind and windows dns for your internal network

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Howto pdnsd on redhat/centos from Source

What is pdnsd pdnsd is a cache only name server can be used independently or alongside your authoritative name server for faster name lookup. pdnsd does not aim to be a complete name server implementation, such as the BIND. It is optimized for caching, and you can only specify a small subset of all dns… Continue reading Howto pdnsd on redhat/centos from Source