Disable Recursion in Linux

Recursion Disabling in Linux

Follow the below steps to disable recursion in Linux:

  1. Find the BIND configuration file within the operating system:
  • /etc/bind/named.conf
  • /etc/named.conf

2. Open the named.conf file in you preferred editor

3. Add the below details to the Options section:

  • Allow-transfer {“none”;};
  • Allow-recursion {“none”;};
  • Recursion no;

4. Restart the device

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