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edge 14th March 2006 12:48

Open DNS servers (update bug?) 2.1.2 > 2.2.2
 
After updating from 2.1.2 to 2.2.2, all my DNS server were 'Open DNS servers' again. When I was using 2.1.2 I added the 'fix' for this in both named.conf files!

Looking at the named.conf in /root/ispconfig/isp/conf/named.conf.master and in /etc the
Code:


allow-recursion {
localhost;
};

is missing again!

After adding it, and restarting named, the DNS server is closed and ok :-)

till 14th March 2006 14:47

Thats not a bug. ISPConfig replaces the templates with the default templates. If you want to keep custom master templates, make a backup before you update ISPConfig and merge your changes back in the new ISPConfig master templates.

edge 14th March 2006 15:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by till
Thats not a bug. ISPConfig replaces the templates with the default templates. If you want to keep custom master templates, make a backup before you update ISPConfig and merge your changes back in the new ISPConfig master templates.

Okay.. it's not a bug.. but is it maybe not better to make this a default setup in the install file, or make an option in ISPconfig to enable/disable this?

I'm sure that a lot of users who install ISPconfig, do not really want to have an 'Open DNS server'...

till 15th March 2006 08:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by edge
Okay.. it's not a bug.. but is it maybe not better to make this a default setup in the install file, or make an option in ISPconfig to enable/disable this?

We will consider that. The problem with changing defaults is that it will break lots of installations that rely on a specific setting.


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