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What would a DNS query arriving from a client be replied to of the View's rule is Deny

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What would a DNS query arriving from a client be replied to of the View's rule for the source IP of the client's DNS is Deny. Would the DNS query be just dropped or would there be a message sent back?

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Yes, it will send back REFUSED .All responses triggered by an ACL would be refused.

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Syam

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When a server processes queries, it will attempt to match the query against any enabled views in the order that they are set. If the client is denied against a view that the server tries to match it against, the server will check the next view and so on. If there are no matches, the global configuration will be used and if recursion is enabled and allowed, then the query may be processed recursively. If recursion is not enabled/allowed, then the client may see a refused or server failure response, depending on how the query was sent.

 

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Tony

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