Forwarding via different external networks
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Mon Aug 29 01:53:17 UTC 2016
"Your better bet is surely to dump the forwarders and to do your own
It doesn't solve the connectivity issue, but it sounds reasonable in
it's own right: I'll have to try it.
On Sat, 27 Aug 2016 14:32:09 -0500
/dev/rob0 <rob0 at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 27, 2016 at 02:32:42PM -0400, Paul Kosinski wrote:
> > Currently, I forward all outbound DNS via the DSL to the ISP's
> > DNS servers. (I have more confidence in the DSL provider not
> > interfering with DNS than in Comcast.)
> FWIW, it has been many years since I have dealt with Comcast as a
> customer, but I can tell you for sure that Comcast employs some very
> clueful DNS experts.
> > However, there have been a couple of cases recently when the DSL
> > was not getting beyond their gateway router, which meant that DNS
> > would fail, causing much HTTP(S) to fail even though the cable
> > network was working quite nicely.
> > So my question is, is it possible to configure my forwarding BIND
> > to have a primary and *secondary* path for sending out DNS queries?
> Your better bet is surely to dump the forwarders and to do your own
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