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Dns/Bind deamon

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by xcooling, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. xcooling

    xcooling LI Guru Member


    Does tomato use an internal dns/bind server..

    Or does it rely soley on dns masquerading ?

    The reason why im asking, is i would like to define my own dns zone files.
  2. HennieM

    HennieM Network Guru Member

    dnsmasq. A nifty little busybox type app.
  3. kzrssk

    kzrssk LI Guru Member

    It doubles as the DHCP server too, which is pretty cool.
  4. xcooling

    xcooling LI Guru Member

    yeah, but it doesnt support bind9, domain files.

    thats why i asked.. its limited to a custom host file... which is far from what im looking for.
  5. HennieM

    HennieM Network Guru Member

    OK, no, it doesn't use an internal dns/bind server, and no, it does not rely solely on DNS masquarading.

    I guess if you want to run bind on it, you could probably compile it, and run it via a CIFS mount from another machine. Then again, if you have another (proper) machine running somewhere on your net, you might as well run bind on that.

    My bind 9 server uses over 2MB RAM. Add to that about 1.6MB for DHCPd, gives you just short of 4MB. dnsmasq uses just over 400kB.

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