Subject: Re: DNS question
To: Trouble Free RecepPFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF <email@example.com>
From: John F. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/08/1998 11:29:27
> To recap:
> My problem is that occasionally when I telnet to any of:
> My nameserver wants to jump out the door and resolve it externally.
Way back when I had a part time link, I set up the PPP ip-up and ip-down
scripts to kill and restart the name server after swapping the file root.cache.
When the link was down, root.cache was a file that listed my nameserver as
THE root nameserver and hardwired the handful of addresses I needed; when
the link was up, it was a proper root.cache file. That worked pretty well,
although once "lookup file dns" was implemented, I scrapped that and never
had any trouble. Now I have a permanent link, but I don't see any major
problems when the link is busted (still with my favorite hosts listed in