Jan Komissar (jkomissa) wrote: > Hi Ernie, > > 1. Unbound does not use resolv.conf nor does it depend on your ISP name servers. Instead it does its own DNS resolution by querying internet name servers starting with the DNS root zone. Local zones are looked up before any resolution happens. > 2. If you must use your ISP name servers, you must configure a forward-zone option for the root zone (.) pointing to them, and then you need to detect when the ISP name server address(es) change(s) and use the unbound-control forward_remove and forward_add commands to change the settings. (My ISPs have rarely, if ever, changed their DNS server addresses, there is hardly ever a reason to do that. I would just set up the forward-zone and handle DNS changes manually, maybe write a script to translate resolv.conf nameservers to unbound-control commands.) > > HTH, > How do you tell unbound to go to this public root zone? Is this root zone an unbound internal hard codded function?