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Posted on 2001-06-19
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Hi,

I have setup bind on my mandrake box and wanted to know if there is a way of logging dns requests. I will have a few people using it as their dns server, and would like to log all queries made by them. Is this possible?

Thanks
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Question by:choccarlm
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I beleive you may need to re-compile the source code with some logging options to be able to do that.

Good Luck,

Tarik
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There are some ways that you could log the requests, but trying to do so with named is gonna be a mess. The easiest way to log the requests would probably be to set up ipchains to permit the traffic and log it.
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rbr earned 50 total points
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An easy way would be

tcpdump dst port domain

or

tcpdump dst port 53
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