Configuration about bind name serser.
barmar at alum.mit.edu
Mon May 29 23:31:16 UTC 2006
In article <e5fbr8$155g$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
Robert Spangler <lazydog at zoominternet.net> wrote:
> On Thu May 25 2006 18:39, Barry Margolin wrote:
> > > I am Sandip Kumar ghosh. I have bind9 base name server with
> > > static IP. My OS is FreeBSD4.10. I have a register domain like
> > > <mydomain.com>. In my domain there are two nameserver like
> > > <ns1.mydomain.com> & <ns2.mydomain.com> with the two public IP. In my
> > > name server I put the diffrent 55 public web server IP. From which ur
> > > web site is controling. when i put the command "dig www.mydomain.com",
> > > my ns reply me the hole 55 IP with round robin base , which is declear
> > > my name server. My requerment is when i put the command "dig
> > > www.mydomain.com" the name server reply me atlest 10 IP of this 55 IP
> > > as a round robin. Each request the name server reply the differnt set
> > > of 10 IP from the privious reply.
> > Ordinary BIND cannot do this. You'll need to modify the source code
> > yourself, or use a different nameserver.
> > With that many sites, maybe you should be using a service like Akamai.
> > They have a fancy, custom DNS architecture that is designed for
> > distributing load across lots of different servers.
> I may be off in left field here but I thought Bind could already do this.
> process was simple too if I remember correctly.
> www.mydomain.com A 10.0.0.1
> And so forth..... Bind would then round robin the IP addresses I thought.
> Like I said I might be out in left field here. :)
But that's not what I think he asked for. He wants it to return a
SUBSET of the addresses. He said he's going to list 55 addresses, and
he wants it to return only 10 at a time. I'm not sure WHY he thinks
it's necessary to restrict to only 10 addresses, but that's what it
seems like he asked for.
Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
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