Logging Response Results

Stefan Certic stefan at routotelecom.com
Thu Jun 23 20:27:31 UTC 2011

Thanks Chuck

Yes, that would be a solution, but i need logs processed through syslog and 
stored into database (matching the initial query from query log).

Pharsing tcpdump is not going to be suitable for highly loaded system. I was 
more looking for a solution to log responses same way queryes are logged.


On Thursday, June 23, 2011 09:44:46 pm Chuck Swiger wrote:
> On Jun 23, 2011, at 12:16 PM, Stefan Certic wrote:
> > Does anyone have idea on following... Apart from bind9 query log, is it
> > possible to log response returned to client?
> Sure: use tcpdump, wireshark, or another network sniffer of your choice and
> observe DNS responses to the clients you're interested in.  (Whether this
> is better than using query logging is another question entirely.)
> Regards,

Stefan Certic

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