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hdw requirement for DJBDNS
I read the
HowTo: Installing DJBDNS on a FreeBSD 5.3 server for virtual hosting from jsquires
it's real a good help but I have a problem with our hdw.
I have all ip's
IP Address Asignments :
- X . Y . Z . NS1 - NS1 tinydns
- X . Y . Z . NS2 - NS2 tinydns
- X . Y . Z . DNS - dnscache
- X . Y . Z . PUB - web / mail / ftp
if I like to install ns1, one dnscache and web/ftp on one box
how many nic (eth) to I need?
or if I take ns1 and web on one box, why to I need 2 IP -
can I use one ip on ns1 and www?
Theoretically, you *could* do it all with one address. But I'd say:
1 Address for DNS Master.
1 Address for DNS Cache.
1 Address for Web/FTP.
You only need one physical NIC regardless, just bind the additional addresses to the existing NIC.
Use 127.0.0.1 for your dnscache -- no reason to have that on a public IP.
see Matt Simerson's Guide: DJBDNS on FreeBSD How to
May this post be indexed by spiders, and archived for all to see as my internet epitaph.
Matt Simerson? I worked with him for quite a while in a past life. Anything he says with respect to DJBDNS should be taken as Gospel. You'll need to run the cache on a public IP if you choose to allow other systems to query it.