Re: Bug#494043: ITP: ozymandns -- An experimental DNS server and miscellaneous DNS tools
On Fri, Aug 08, 2008 at 06:34:46PM -0700, Jonathan Lassoff wrote:
>I've found that while ozymandns is useful for tunneling some things
>in a pinch, I've had a lot more luck with running iodine as a daemon
>and might suggest checking it out.
Oh, absolutely - that's what I use now and it's much more reliable.
>I tend to favor it for experimentation as it's packaged in sid
>already, is actively maintained, and has support for using the NULL
>RR type allowing much more data to fit in a "downstream" response.
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