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How do I create and maintain my DNS firewall policy rule set using DNS RPZ?
Author: Paul Vixie Reference Number: AA-00517 Views: 3988 Created: 2011-11-01 06:10 Last Updated: 2011-11-01 22:45 0 Rating/ Voters

In a DNS RPZ firewall, the policy rule set is contained in a DNS "zone", which can be transferred using normal "zone transfer" mechanisms. The master copy of your DNS firewall policy can be a DNS "zone file" which you either edit by hand, or which you generate from a database.  You can also edit a DNS zone indirectly using DNS dynamic updates (for example, using the "nsupdate" shell level utility.)  The format of the Response Policy Zone is described here: DNS Response Policy Zones - Specification - Format 3.

See also: Building DNS Firewalls with Response Policy Zones (RPZ)




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