dns protect rules update 7 04

What you don't allow is query(or recursion) from some un-trusted hosts
to resolve any hosts other than your DNS domains. For example suppose
you serve DNS for mydomain.com , then
        Any trusted host "trusted.mydomain.com" should be allowed to do query
or recursion to resolve any other hostname on internet.
        Any untrusted host "untrusted.OTHERdomain.com" should be allowed to do
query/recursion *ONLY* to resolve mydomain.com hosts.
        Any untrusted host "untrusted.OTHERdomain.com" should *NOT* be allowed
to resolve (query/recursion) third party hosts (ex:
www.microsoft.com,www.cnn.com) using your DNS server.
more simple guidelines  http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-6350-5287601.html

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