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Redirect a domain using bind9

I researched various topics before asking. But found my solution. So sorry if I could have used another topic. My problem: I have a fixed ip and server ip with another fixed. Primary Server: ...
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How to setup bind log system?

I'm trying to setup the log files for bind, I've created a named.conf.log file in /etc/bind/, a folder bind in /var/log, created three files : update_debug.log, security_debug.log, bing.log and ...
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BIND file not working

recently changed the bind file adding some comments with the character "#" which is the wrong one I guess because since the my website is inaccessible. So I change it back, incrementing the serial ...
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DNS server using BIND9 for LAN [DEBIAN]

I am trying to configure LAN DNS server using BIND9 on DEBIAN. Context: network mask: 255.255.0.0, network IP: 10.1.xxx.xxx I own a public domain example.com, managed by external NS and my aim is to ...
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BIND9 & Webmin new DNS nameserver not accepted by registrar

I have trouble and headhakes with BIND9 on Debian6/64, made with Webmin. Basically I don't think Webmin is a problem, but I am just mentioning it. So, I made a DNS master zone with BIND and the ...
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Setting up DNS server on VPS on the internet

I have followed multiple online tutorials on setting this up, it is BIND9 on a debian server. It is the only server I have, so it is acting as both ns1, ns1, and the server they domain name should ...
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Setting up BIND9 on Debain

So I've got a VPS, and registered a domain name and I want to have the domain point to the VPS. I have installed and configured BIND9 (on the VPS that the domain should point to). If I ping my ...