forwarding and queries restrictions
barmar at genuity.net
Tue Feb 5 20:27:33 UTC 2002
In article <a3p8hn$o36 at pub3.rc.vix.com>,
Alexis Albinet <albinet at fluxus.net> wrote:
>I use bind 9.2
>I have a problem with forwarding and restrictions on private domains.
>I have 2 name servers : An authoritative name server for my private
>domains and a cache name server which forward all queries to the
>autoritative one. I manage queries restrictions (allow-query
>private-lan1; private lan2; ...) on the authoritative name server.
>My hosts are asking the cache name server for DNS lookups.
>Then, the cache name server is asking the auth name server, and
>I have noticed on the auth name server that the query source IP address
>is the cache name server one.
>I would prefer to see the first requester IP adress. Is there any way to
>do this ?
No. When a machine sends a TCP/IP packet, its source address is the
address of the machine itself (unless the machine is some kind of firewall
Barry Margolin, barmar at genuity.net
Genuity, Woburn, MA
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