[rbldnsd] starting out with rbldnsd: all is REFUSED
Wed, 15 Oct 2003 16:06:11 +0400
David Landgren wrote:
> rbldnsd ... 127.0.0.2:ip4set:2.data 127.0.0.5:dnset:5.data
> dig -p 20053 @220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168.dnsbl.bpinet.com A
The syntax is: base_dn:type:file. Your base_dn seems to be
dnsbl.bpinet.com, not 127.0.0.2 or 127.0.0.5... ;)
Sure rbldnsd will refuse to answer to the above question,
because it knows nothing about dnsbl.bpinet.com, and it is
not a recursive resolver. Base_dn is what you put in $BASE
for rbldns. I don't know what did you mean by specifying
IP addresses here, but the command line should look like:
rbldnsd ... dnsbl.bpinet.com:ip4set:2.data dnsbl.bpinet.com:dnset:5.data
> One other question, for the record .sendmeoffers.com do I test that with
> com.sendmeoffers.dnsbl.bpinet.com or sendmeoffers.com.dnsbl.bpinet.com .
> The documentation isn't clear on the matter (or I can't read
> documentation, a distinct possibility).
Well, domain names always used in the normal form:
sendmeoffers.com.dnsbl.bpinet.com. Only IP addresses
will be in reverse.
BTW, when you want to list both sendmeoffers.com and *.sendmeoffers.com,
use ..sendmeoffers.com (two leading dots). sendmeoffers.com matches
this domain only, not any subdomain, and .sendmeoffers.com does not
match sendmeoffers.com itself. ..sendmeoffers.com is a shortcut for