Harland Christofferson <email@example.com> writes: > i have a subnet on a corporate internet that i use for code builds. > my gateway serves as a dns and firewall for the subnet. my gateway > contacts the corporate nameserver too frequently (a few to several > times per second) and the corporate it people have complained to me > about this. i'd like to decrease the rate of queries. how may i do > this? i have googled but haven't found an answer. Install a caching DNS server. I'm sure there's some stand-alone forward-only caching DNS servers out there, however the only method to do this that I've tried is reconfiguring BIND to do it. -- Paul Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Linux. You can find a worse OS, but it costs more.
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