I have not found anywhere in the docs how to make selections from syslog by ident.
I use chrooted Unbound and I've configured it to write its log to syslog.
I've found in syslog.conf an example how to select records from syslog by program name:
I have a FreeBSD 11.1 amd64 box as router for about 300 users.
On that server works unbound (from system, not ports) as resolver for network. And in /var/log/messages I such messages:
Jan 30 11:29:10 MAIN-GATE unbound: [59552:2] notice: sendto failed: No buffer space available
Very important change was in the package 'unbound' of the world DNSSEC.
The changing or "rolling" of the KSK Key was originally scheduled to occur on 11 October, but it is being delayed because some recently obtained data shows that a significant number of resolvers used by Internet...
There is a network topology which cannot be changed/altered as following:
[LANPC1]--------192.168.254.x---->| SWITCH |<--192.168.254.254--[MODEM]--->INTERNET
The FILESERVER (FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE) is running...
I run a server who was automatically set up by OVH.
The /etc/rc.conf contains the line
There is no unbound_enable="YES" in the /etc/rc.conf, and the unbound service is not running.
(Edit: Well, actually, I don't know.
# service unbound status
This how-to assumes that you are a somewhat experienced FreeBSD user, and understand how to use dd carefully to avoid data loss. It also assumes that you are able to restore your system to a working configuration if anything goes wrong. Because this set up utilizes RaspBSD.org's...
Searching this forum I've seen a number of ways to block youtube using ubound DNS. Problem is, it seems the methods are outdated. When I try the "local-zone "something" static" thing, I receive a syntax error upon trying restart the service. I'm on FreeBSD 11 and using dns/unbound. Can someone...
I'm just setting up an unbound server as a local resolver for our network.
I'm not really seeing any actual issues but when running lookups from localhost, it's a bit disconcerting that the lookup sometimes hangs for over 10 seconds before finally returning a response. Even with the delay, the...
I have a vanilla 10.3 installation running inside VMWare Fusion Pro, on to which I installed Unbound. The object is to use this is a caching recursive DNS server. The IP bound to the NIC is 10.10.10.13. I can ping this from other hosts on the LAN without problem, and it also accepts remote SSH...
I run a FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p14 server with a PF firewall. Few days ago I've activated the local unbound server for caching purposes.
My pf rules have been created few years ago and work well. They include some persistent table definitions with either IP addresses or hostname or both:
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I have been running some WordPress sites on a FreeBSD VPS off and on for a couple years. To do this I have just installed the basics: MySQL, PHP, WordPress, NGINX, etc. WordPress and FreeBSD have worked so well together after that, that I've...
Unbound has an optional scriptable interface: https://www.unbound.net/documentation/pythonmod/
Starting from a fresh install of FreeBSD 10.3 Release (AMD64), I want to rebuild unbound with the option for python module support. The focus of my question is on how to do this.
In certain ISP crappy routers, the locally provided DNS resolver cannot handle DNSSEC and _srv queries, which breaks pkg at bootstrap, along with many other things. As these resolvers are handed out via DHCP from the router, I need to hard-code a specific forwarder and not have DHCP overwrite...
I have set up OpenVPN on FreeBSD 10 (loosely following the tutorial on Digital Ocean) and I am connecting via Tunnelblick on my Mac successfully. I have pushed down DNS settings via the OpenVPN server and the OS X client properly picks them up.
However what I'd really like to use this for is to...
I switched to FreeBSD a week ago on my main server. So far the experience has been great.
Because I'm new to the whole jails theory I'd like to present my plan and possible challenges.
Hostsystem: FreeBSD, 8 Cores, 24GB Ram, Static IP
My idea was to create multiple jails...
I've been searching on details about unbound's cached data and I couldn't really find a good info. Does anyone know a link or does anyone know about what data are being cached by unbound? Because one requirement for our DNS server is the user's privacy and we don't want to store any...
Ever faced an error like this?
ping: cannot resolve example.com: Host name lookup failure
It turns out that the problem was with unbound, I solved this problem on my laptop by disabling the validator module and removing its trust anchors...
I'm running a FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE email server that uses unbound (from base system) as caching/forwarding DNS server.
/etc/resolv.conf points to 127.0.0.1, and unbound config forwards to DNS servers on my LAN. Config is default.
Almost any domain name will properly resolve: