Posts Tagged ‘dns’

Since getting IPv6 up and running, I’ve been trying to figure out a way to map domain names to hosts no matter if they have statically assigned addresses or dhcp/radv generated ones. Additionally, I didn’t want to purchase a new domain. Instead I opted to create a new subdomain and delegated authority to my home […]

After many an hour pouring over the code and running tests galore, I think I’ve resolved some of the major issues from version 0.1. Like how it would just randomly crash when the forward lookup hosts decided they had had enough. Now it’ll recover from it and chug along. There is now some simple compression. […]

Hosts files are great, you can specify any host to IP combination, overriding anything. But what about other types of records? Hosts files can’t do service, text, pointer records, etc? So what to do if you want to test these record types? You could setup your own DNS server, create a new zone, add the […]