RE: Squid 1.2

From: Kamiski Nicolas <Nicolas.Kamiski@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 11:26:38 +0200

In fact i test it and it works the way i describe. ( When squid get an
NXDomain query he look to the next dns in his config)
I just wanna know if it's normal? For me I prefer this : ).

        -----Message d'origine-----
        De: Alvaro Jose Fernandez Lago
[SMTP:alago@galeno.unicies.cesga.es]
        Date: vendredi 29 mai 1998 11:36
        : Nicolas.Kamiski@saint-gobain.com
        Cc: squid-users@nlanr.net
        Objet: Re: Squid 1.2

>
> Hi,
> I just need a confirmation of the dns_nameserver option in
squid.conf.
>
> Actually, if i write:
> dns_nameservers a.b.c.7 a.b.c.8
> With the .7 which resolve in the internet namespace
> And the .8 which resolve in the intranet namespace ( corporate
root dns
> )
>
> In the case squid can't resolve on the first one, it try the
second one.
>
> I just need confirmation that is the way that it should run.
> Because i plan to use this functionality.
>
> Thanx
>
> Nicolas Kamiski
>

        I think it won't work the way you intend. Your first, public DNS
server will only
        return a non-existent domain (NXDOMAIN) when queried about
internal names,
        and Squid won't fallback to the internal DNS server because
(from Squid's
        point of view), NXDOMAIN is considered a VALID response. It will
do the fallback
        only if a.b.c.7 is unreachable or down.

        Have you tried to get /etc/resolv.conf in the Squid's server
pointing at
        a.b.c.7, and dns_nameservers just a.b.c.8?

        Yours,

        Alvaro Fdez. Lago
        alago@unicies.cesga.es
Received on Fri May 29 1998 - 02:35:07 MDT

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