Bug #281

Bind configuration needs Lucification.

Added by Jim Gettys on Sep 27, 2011. Updated on Nov 18, 2011.
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Description

Right now, entering, for example, upstream name servers into the Luci page for configuration doesn’t work. This gets people both in corporate environments (since the local name servers may show domains not publicly available), and for configuring things
like Comcast’s nice DNSSEC capable name servers.

So we need to get bind properly integrated into the UI.

As far as exactly what to do for this particular problem, this captures a quick conversation:

  chroot/etc/bind/conf/forwarders.conf
 uncomment named.conf's forwarders line
 walla
 edit /etc/bind/conf/forwarders.conf
 to point at those
 have a script rewrite them if needed
 ok; seems like a plan.

History

Updated by Jim Gettys on Nov 18, 2011.

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