Re: DNS servers
On Tue, 19 Nov 2002, Russell Coker wrote:
> So this leaves DNS caching as the only reason for BIND. Is there a DNS server
> that does caching better than BIND?
This will probably appeal:
[root@gw log]# rpm -qip /var/ftp/pub/linux/ClarkConnect/0.9.1/dist/RedHat/RPMS/dnsmasq-1.0-1.i386.rpm
Name : dnsmasq Relocations: (not relocateable)
Version : 1.0 Vendor: Simon Kelley
Release : 1 Build Date: Wed 05 Dec 2001 05:12:28 AM WST
Install date: (not installed) Build Host: tempy
Group : System Environment/Daemons Source RPM: dnsmasq-1.0-1.src.rpm
Size : 63048 License: GPL
Packager : Simon Kelley
URL : http://thekelleys.org.uk
Summary : A lightweight caching nameserver
Dnsmasq is lightweight, easy to configure DNS forwarder designed to provide DNS (domain name) services to a small network where using BIND would be overkill. It can be have its DNS servers automatically configured by PPP or DHCP, and it can serve the names of local machines which are not in the global DNS. It is ideal for networks behind NAT routers and connected via modem, ISDN, ADSL, or cable-modem connections.
I'm sure it's on my Debian CD collection.
I don't think these are grom Glenrowan though.
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