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NAME

reboundDNS proxy

SYNOPSIS

rebound [-d] [-c config] [-l address]

DESCRIPTION

The rebound daemon proxies DNS requests. It listens by default on localhost and forwards queries to another server.
When rebound starts, it sets the kern.dnsjackport sysctl(3) which enables it to intercept all DNS traffic.
If sent a SIGUSR1 signal, rebound logs statistics about the running daemon to /var/log/daemon.
The options are as follows:
 
 
-c config
Specify an alternative configuration file, instead of the default /etc/resolv.conf. rebound will reload the configuration file when sent a SIGHUP signal.
 
 
-d
Debug mode. rebound does not fork(2) into the background.
 
 
-l address
Listen for connections by binding to address, an IP specified in dotted quad notation, instead of the default of localhost.

FILES

/etc/resolv.conf
Default rebound configuration file.

SEE ALSO

resolv.conf(5), unbound(8)

HISTORY

The rebound daemon first appeared in OpenBSD 5.9.

AUTHORS

Ted Unangst <tedu@openbsd.org>
July 20, 2017 OpenBSD-current