Using a DynDNS hostname in master-statement for a bind slave?
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Sun Jun 29 05:24:27 UTC 2014
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On 28.06.14 10:51 Anand Buddhdev wrote:
> BIND uses TCP for zone transfers by default. It doesn't fall back
> to UDP, so you don't have to configure anything.
Oh, my bad, I must have mixed that up with something else then.
I'll try using stunnel and report back, if it works.
Thanks for your answer!
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