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Re: Subject too specific for mini-HOWTO?
Sounds like a job for some other DN server software I heard about
recently - dnscache or some such. Supposedly handles the dial up
situation much better than BIND. Which couldn't be too hard.
Wrote firstname.lastname@example.org on Sun, Aug 13, 2000 at 10:03:09PM -0700:
> I'm considering writing a document that describes how to configure the
> A caching DNS server using BIND 8 . . .
> . . . that is connected via Ethernet to . . .
> . . . a firewall running diald and pppd . . .
> . . . that itself connects (on demand) to an ISP.
> Would a document on this topic be so specific to my situation that it would
> not warrant publishing? Also, much of the information presented would be
> collected from existing HOWTOs (DNS, PPP, Firewall, Diald, etc), and
> therefore, possibly redundant.
> Thanks for your time,
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