Bind9 non existing ip , time of query


 
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how can i set default permission for nslookup,

i have in my nslookup
timeout = 0 retry = 3 port = 53

but i want to set it to :
timeout = 2 retry = 2 port = 53

i'm using bind9 , where can i set the default timeout for it?


thanks in advance
 

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