Bug #122

DNSSec enabled and split dns enabled default setup

Added by Dave Täht on May 7, 2011. Updated on Apr 21, 2012.
Feedback Normal Jim Gettys


with a DNSSec enabled and split dns enabled default setup that “just worked” out of the box, bind could be an adaquate substitute and superset for dnsmasq in the name services case.

That said dnsmasq has a much tighter integration with dhcp than we do at present.

On the gripping hand, it would be a great proof of concept


Updated by Dave Täht on Jul 10, 2011.
out of the box dnssec configuration done in cerowrt.
Updated by Dave Täht on Sep 1, 2011.
we got as close as we could with this.
Updated by Jim Gettys on Sep 20, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on Apr 21, 2012.

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