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Re: Change over to anonymous binds
søn, 2002-08-18 kl. 20:01 skrev Jim C:
> Rather than doing this, can I just add another certificate to the
> certificate file that has the correct settings or turn off ssl for just
> the cleint on the server?
No. At any rate, I've never examined this, since it isn't necessary - as
far as I'm concerned.
> The problem is that my server is also my
> gateway and I need an actual name daemon on it.
> Same here :-)
> Every time I try to
> replace the localhost IP of the server with the FQDN I get all kinds of
The FQDN of the localhost IP (normally 127.0.0.1) is "localhost" . What
could be simpler? The only trouble is, that "localhost" isn't a FQDN -
it *would* be, if it were "localhost." (note the dot).
> It will spontaneously drop to runlevel 3 on bootup for example
> or take several minutes to log anyone in.
That's what I was doing my utmost best to try and explain to you, but it
seems I wasn't successful.
> I've tried various means of
> testing this but all indications are that DNS is configured correctly.
> Also, I cannot seem to make permanent alterations to the resolv.conf
> file. Every time I reboot it, it just goes back to what it was
Reesolv.conf is there to tell you what your name server(s) is/are. Also,
on Solaris (SYSVR4) what order files/DNS should be consulted for the
resolver. Are you sure you're not getting your IP number from a DHCP
server? That's the only reason I can think that your resolv.conf would
alter on boot up; unless you also have your nameserver in an underlying
RC file. I don't know Solaris that ell as far as networking is
> I've even tried changeing settings in various files under
> /etc/sysconfig. No dice.
Actually, that's what I meant by "an RC file".
We'll go on to your next posting now :-)
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