The Unbound DNS server is the new kid on the block. A lot of admins are
replacing BIND9 with Unbound, perhaps plus an authoritative DNS server
for their domain.
More interesting still, a lot of laptop owners are installing Unbound
to replace their old 18.104.22.168 or per-accesspoint resolvers with a full
caching DNS, which is more secure, faster, and makes for much faster
At http://troubleshooters.com/linux/unbound_nsd/unbound.htm I've
created a new document detailing the installation and setup of Unbound,
* Making it useable all across your LAN
* Optimizing for lookup speed with pre-priming and other techniques
* Enabling remote control
* Making DNS forward and reverse resolution of LAN local computers
available across the LAN, without using a traditional Authoritative
* Landmines and gotchas.
* Forwarding to a traditional authoritative DNS server.
Hope you like it.
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