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Old 08-30-2017, 06:44 PM   #1
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Hi, I have followed the directions on the debian wiki to set up dnssec-trigger and unbound to enable dnssec.

However, I would like to configure it to use two particular dns servers, but I cant seem to find the information anywhere on how to set this up.

Currently, the only means I have for doing this is manually running a command in the terminal after boot, but after shutting down or rebooting I have to enter the command again which isn't awesome.

feedback from anyone more knowledgeable than myself would be appreciated, thanks.


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