since I last sent my post with all the questions,
I downloaded apacheds-protocol-dns-1.0.RC3.jar and integrated it with my project via Maven's POM
Now I need to figureout the parameters that need to be sent to instantiate DnsServer class,
DnsServer(DnsConfiguration config, IoAcceptor acceptor, RecordStore store)
is there any documentation available?
Thanks for the response.
Firstly, how can I download the sorce code , the link that you specified just lets you view the files. I have Subversion and Maven2 evironment, probably you cna point me to the subversion repository
Do I need to download code for MINA too.
Do I need to configure the JNDI settings somewhere and
Do I need to set some simple schema for DNS.
I would like to use DNS server for failover, if main server is responding then forwad the traffic to that other wise forward it to DR site.
AnnaOn 9/1/06, Trustin Lee < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:On 9/1/06, upasana immidi <email@example.com > wrote:Hi,
I would like to use ApacheDS as a DNS server (to start with). How should I go about doing it?
I have ApacheDS running and have csuccessfully onfigured JXplorer to view the ApacheDS directory structure.
Can I configure ApacheDS as a DNS server or do I have to donwload the code and embed it within my program?
I will appreciate if some one can give me some pointers.
I am new to this list and if this is not an appropriate list tell me which one is?You will have to learn how to use MINA a little bit and look into the source code.
For now, DNS protocol is not integrated into ApacheDS out-of-the-box IIRC, but you can integrate it easily because our DNS implementation uses JNDI API to access the underlying storage (ApacheDS in this case). So.. what you have to do is to:
* Start ApacheDS
* Start DNS server within the same VM by instantiating DnsServer class
The DNS server source code is located here:
Once we adopt OSGi technology, we could launch the DNS server just installing DNS OSGi bundle dynamically, but not right now.
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