DNS Cache Snooping?
jlightner at water.com
Tue Jun 24 14:30:08 UTC 2008
My apologies - On rereading it I guess I misinterpreted what it said.
It had mentioned BIND 9.3 then it said "Prior to BIND 9.4.1-P1" later
then went back to a comment about BIND 9.3 so in my head "Prior to BIND
9.4.1-P1" meant BIND 9.3 due to the mentions before and after.
The link was mentioned by me earlier in thread:
The section of the link I misread:
"In BIND 9.3, there was no segregation of queries between cache and
The release of BIND 9.4 added fine-grained differentiation between
queries against authoritative data ("allow-query") and cached data
("allow-query-cache"). This allows more precise control, particularly if
you do not want your clients to use any cached data, for example, in an
Prior to the release of BIND 9.4.1-P1, the default action of
"allow-recursion" and "allow-query-cache" was to permit the query. The
P1 patch to BIND 9.4.1 caused two changes in this behavior:
1) If not explicitly set, the ACLs for "allow-query-cache" and
"allow-recursion" were set to "localnets; localhost;".
2) If either "allow-query-cache" or "allow-recursion" was set, the other
would be set the same value.
Upgrading from the BIND 9.3 branch to BIND 9.4.1-P1 will significantly
restrict those servers that were previously recursive servers for more
than "localhost; localnets;" unless configuration changes are made."
From: Jeremy C. Reed [mailto:Jeremy_Reed at isc.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 10:17 AM
To: Jeff Lightner
Cc: comp-protocols-dns-bind at isc.org
Subject: RE: Re: DNS Cache Snooping?
On Tue, 24 Jun 2008, Jeff Lightner wrote:
> Thanks. I'd pretty much come to that conclusion based on my searches.
> I guess that means the link even though it is on ISC's site is
Can you point me to the incorrect information?
(Also note that the earlier reply also gave a different solution without
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