Bind time up.
lyle at lcrcomputer.net
Sat Jul 23 16:00:53 UTC 2011
On 07/23/11 09:33, Vbvbrj wrote:
> On 23.07.2011 17:24, Lyle Giese wrote:
>> On 07/23/11 03:22, Vbvbrj wrote:
>>> I have a server at home, that runs Bind 9 dns and routes internal
>>> traffic to internet. Its working fine. When I'm out of home, I
>>> disconnect my home switch. In bind log appears "no longer listening on
>>> 192.168.0.1#53". After a return to home and connecting switch, BIND does
>>> not respond to internal lan for long time till BIND start listening. Or
>>> I have to reload BIND service or reload configs with rndc.
>>> How to tell BIND to not stop listening on cable disconnected adapters?
>>> Thank you
>> Why are you doing this? That is disruptive to the NIC inside the OS
>> and that gets passed on to BIND.
>> If you are just doing this for security reasons, disconnecting the
>> cable to your Internet connection might accomplish the same thing and
>> not be as disruptive.
> I'm disconnecting all in-house electrical device except for my server
> and some devices. I'm doing this for electrical economy. So, the home
> switch is not used while I'm out, I disconnect it too.
Your server takes alot more power than a switch does.
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