On Tuesday 13 September 2005 16:49, Robert Goodyear wrote:
> On Sep 13, 2005, at 12:04 PM, Michael Sierchio wrote:
> > Robert Goodyear wrote:
> >> I need m0n0 to respond to TCP DNS queries. Does anyone know if
> >> this is possible or if there's a workaround to permit this
> >> functionality?
> > Why? Zone transfers? In all other cases, a DNS server should respond
> > with a RST-ACK to queries on 53/TCP unless the state of things
> > indicates
> > that a 53/UDP query failed due to payload being greater than 512
> > bytes.
> > And *that* condition is a sign of something seriously broken, IMHO.
> > If your records are properly configured, you'll never have need to
> > respond to TCP queries.
> > What are you trying to do?
> Trying to get m0n0 to talk to MS SMTPSVC on a group of W2K servers.
As a workaround, have you considered setting up a caching nameserver on the
same machine as the SMTPSVC that will only act as a translator to the DNS
requests coming from the service and, hopefully, use UDP?