default local DNS caching name server

Reindl Harald h.reindl at
Sat Apr 12 15:26:58 UTC 2014

Am 12.04.2014 17:21, schrieb Paul Wouters:
> On Sat, 12 Apr 2014, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> That's wrong. a DNS server can use a forwareder for some or all of its
>>> recursive queries. unbound+dnssec-triggerd mostly cause unbound to do
>>> full recursion but using the ISP nameserver as forward for all queries.
>> oh no - please try to understand what recursion means in case of DNS
>> may i suggest to read some docs because if i talk about DNS as one
>> who maintains 600 domains as DNS provider as well as Registry for
>> the .at domain and implemented DNS admin-backends years ago i know
>> what i am talking about
> If we are going to do appeals to authority for making arguments, I've
> been doing DNSSEC since 2001, ran an ISP between 1995 and 2005 that had
> 500+ domains, have pending DNS RFC drafts out there, am acknowledged
> on many more DNS RFCs published, am a member of a global DNS incident
> response team, member of DNS-OARC, implemented a failover dual-software
> dual-setup multi-local DNSSEC signed for a TLD larger that .at praised
> by the entire DNS industry, performed DNS outage post-mortem at one of
> Canada's largest banks and was one of ten ICANN newGTLD Registry Services
> panel members evaluting the 1500 new TLD submissions for their technical
> implementations of DNS and Registry Services. I think I know what
> recursion means.....
> Now can we go back to actually discussion technical arguments again?

than stop repsond with "That's wrong" if i tell someone forwarding != recursion
because you should know it better and use correct terms

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