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BIND9 on CentOS issue querying from Windows

I've just built a CentOS 6 server and configured BIND9 (named) to run. Zone files are configured and NSLOOKUP, DIG and HOST are all working from the CentOS box. When I move to my Windows PC, nslookup ...
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DNS works only with ip but does not work with NS CentOS + Bind9

I am having a headache with DNS. Lets say my public IP is 1.2.3.4, my local IP is 192.168.0.10 and my domain is example.com I am running CentOS on a virtual machine (Parallels Desktop for Mac) with a ...
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Troubleshot erronous BIND9 DNS Address entry

I setup a BIND9 DNS server in the LAN as a backend to Samba4 service. The network address of my LAN is 192.168.2.0/24 and I statically specify the IP address of DNS server as 192.168.2.144. ...
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Can I hide BIND mount points from DF?

Is there a formal way to hide the mount points of BIND from df (in CentOS 6.4) ? It's ugly and distracting. Apparently people have been complaining about it for a decade but I cannot seem to google ...
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BIND named… unknown host

I have a very basic home network: A CentOS 6.3 server (storage, DNS, httpd, etc), a desktop, several laptops. I was running an old version of CentOS on the server for a long time (5.4 or something) ...
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What do I need to make Linux host names resolvable on LAN?

What do I need to get local host names to be resolvable? BIND? DHCP? dnsmasq? With the needed components, how do you configure it? We use Vyatta 6.4 as our router and we have CentOS 6.3 boxes. I ...