RE: DNS recursive




You can block it on firewall or router, but if you have any
authoritative zones on these DNS servers users will now fail to get a
response from them.

Mike

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Subject: RE: DNS recursive

You can always set up ACL's to block or allow UDP 53 on the router.


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Subject: DNS recursive


On Windows 200/2003 is it possible to restrict DNS

recursive queries

to only a specific subnet of IP addresses


Coming in late on this thread, but according to everything I have read
there is no way to restrict recursive lookups from a specific network
using Microsoft DNS. You will need to use another DNS server software in
order to accomplish this.

I would recommend the win32 version of Bind9 as it has the functionality
you are looking for.

Tom Walsh
Express Web Systems, Inc.
http://www.expresswebsystems.com/

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