Re: Modify one PTR in existing bind9 setup?
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 05:07:32PM +0200, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> I have a hardware DSL/GSM Router where I can not change the setings for
> the 2 NTP servers, because they are hardcoded.
What is your problem? If they properly use [0-3].$vendor.pool.ntp.org,
there is nothing really to fear. Except that it just works.
> All I can do is to change the two NameServers to my <dns1> and <dns2> or
> my internal <dns.private> server where I could setup IPT.
What happens if it is down?
> How can I capture the two hardcoded IPs from the DSL/GSM Router and
> redirect it to my own NTP-Server?
Routing. But if they really hardcore _IPs_, they have to be punished
> Note: This bullshit router of my ISP does SEND more date then only the
> NTP-Request and this is WHY I wan to intercept this crap.
What sort of crap?
> If I should use IPT, how must the rules look like?
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