On Saturday, 12 April 2014 2:13 AM, Paul Wouters wrote:>
It's rude to bypass the global DNS caching infrastructure. That would
significantly load people's DNS servers with more queries. There is no
reason not to try and use ISP's DNS caches.
You mean let local resolver forward queries to the ISP's name servers? That is same
as using ISP's name servers in '/etc/resolv.conf'. I wouldn't prefer that
dnscache is very obsolete software.
There is new version of it. It does not support DNSSEC, but is alive and well maintained.