What is a dnsmasq server?
Dnsmasq is a lightweight, easy to configure, DNS forwarder and DHCP server. It is designed to provide DNS and optionally, DHCP, to a small network. It can serve the names of local machines which are not in the global DNS.
What is bind9 server?
Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) is the most popular Domain Name System (DNS) server in use today. It was developed in the 1980s at the University of Berkley and is currently in version 9. BIND is an open source system free to download and use, offered under the Mozilla Public License.
What is CoreDNS EXE?
CoreDNS Overview CoreDNS is a project in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It is a fast, flexible, and modern DNS server that also provides service discovery in cloud-native deployments. It was incepted in the CNCF in 2017 and incubated in 2018. It is now included by default as of Kubernetes version 1.13.
Who invented BIND?
|Original author(s)||Douglas Terry, Mark Painter, David Riggle, Songnian Zhou|
|Operating system||Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, macOS|
|License||Mozilla Public License|
What is dnsmasq in Kali?
“dnsmasq” refers to itself as “A lightweight DHCP and caching DNS server”. “Dnsmasq” is a very versatile daemon. In addition to being a DHCP server, it can also be used to provide DNS services (DNS forwarders) and IPv6 router advertisements.
Does Gke use CoreDNS?
Until GKE adopts CoreDNS as the default, managed DNS service, using the above workaround will allow us to use CoreDNS as the cluster DNS service addon. As a side note, if you need an external DNS service (e.g. cluster federation), you can modify the CoreDNS Helm chart to set isClusterService to false.
Why do we need CoreDNS?
About CoreDNS You can use CoreDNS instead of kube-dns in your cluster by replacing kube-dns in an existing deployment, or by using tools like kubeadm that will deploy and upgrade the cluster for you.
Can Dnsmasq act as an authoritative DNS server?
Authoritative Configuration Configuring dnsmasq to act as an authoritative DNS server is complicated by the fact that it involves configuration of external DNS servers to provide delegation. We will walk through three scenarios of increasing complexity.
Where can I find the release history of dnsmasq?
Dnsmasq has a git repository which contains the complete release history of version 2 and development history from 2.60. You can browse the repo, or get a copy using git protocol with the command License. Dnsmasq is distributed under the GPL, version 2 or version 3 at your discretion.
How does Dnsmasq read Packet Data?
Each time a packet is written to the dumpfile, dnsmasq logs the packet sequence and the mask representing its type.
How to find the set of option-names known by Dnsmasq?
The set of option-names known by dnsmasq can be discovered by running “dnsmasq –help dhcp”.