This is a discussion on Re: Spamhaus Override - DNS ; On Tue, 10 Oct 2006, Andy Getz wrote: Just create a local zone for them. I would contact THEM to see if you can even slave the domain name, but if not a bunch of nslookups MIGHT be sufficient, depending ...
On Tue, 10 Oct 2006, Andy Getz wrote:
Just create a local zone for them. I would contact THEM to see if you can
even slave the domain name, but if not a bunch of nslookups MIGHT be
sufficient, depending on how thorough you are. This is probably NOT the
way to go about this, however.
See also: http://www.spamhaus.org/legal/answer.lasso?ref=4
> Hello all,
> I would imagine many of you are as concerned as I about the Illinois
> court order
> (http://www.spamhaus.org/archive/lega...order_6_10.pdf) that
> threatens to rescind Spamhaus's domain name via ICANN. As the operator
> of a small but significant (to my clients, at any rate) resolving
> nameserver, what can I change in my configuration in order to keep
> spamhaus.org resolving? Is something as kludgy as a source patch
> required to override resolution of a domain, or can I do something fancy
> with my configuration? Ideally there is something I can do to my
> nameserver that will have the same effect on resolution for my clients
> that a change to my hosts file would have on my own box.
> I hope for the sake of my inbox that I'm not the only one contemplating
> such solutions...
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