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Domain goes to localhost

I have a domain named ejn.nu. On some computers and networks, it sends the user to localhost when it should send the user to my server. When i do "ping", it shows the correct ip for my server and when ...
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How do I setup a local DNS server on Mac OS Lion?

I had some serious lag to resolve website address and sometimes things simply wouldn't load (pages kept loading for 5+ minutes without even a timeout error). So I had setup a local dns server/cache ...
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How to list all DNS names pointing to an IP?

I know – for example – that there are two DNS names for an IP. However nslookup ip only returns one record. How do I get all the records for an IP?
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Executing a script when DHCPD give an IP

i want to do a setting to dynamically monitor my Work Station on my Wifi network. I've got my name server BIND and my dhcpd server all of that under linux working perfectly. But i didn't find any ...
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Self-hosting a dynamic dns service?

Is there a way to self-host a dynamic DNS service? I really like the flexibility of DynDNS et al, but I'd like to host my own dynamic DNS service so I can have better control and the ability to send ...
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Trying to use BIND on macos lion to set up .local TLD and am hopelessly lost

I am trying to achieve what has basically been asked in this question: http://superuser.com/questions/403662/bind-dns-settings-on-mac-os-x-lion-errors-in-zone-file e.g. I need to set up a TLD of ...
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Pointing my domain name to my home PC

I was previously paying for a VPS but have decided to setup a home server instead to save money. I have a static ip address 12.34.56.78 and have registered a domain name mydomain.com. I am running ...
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OpenWRT based gateway with dnsmasq and internal server with bind

I have router based on OpenWRT which has dnsmasq 2.59. Inside my local area network I have a NS server bind. This server has internal and external views for a couple of my domains. My router forwards ...
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How can you satisfy Google's requirement to enforce SafeSearch at the network level?

I have kids that are old enough to start getting curious, and, while I don't think it's an active problem, I'd rather avoid the usual garbage that comes along the average Google search. Google's ...
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Can I configure BIND to query my router for LAN addresses?

As is common with home routers, my router, an ASUS RT-N66U, is configured to act as a caching nameserver for my LAN. It looks like the router uses dnsmasq for name service. The router also offers DHCP ...
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How to bind Control+apostrophe via bindkey in zsh

There is way to bind Control+apostophe via bindkey? I have tried: bindkey "\C-'" bindkey "^'" bindkey "\C-\x27" and all of this is not working
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Bind IP address to application

I have multiple network interfaces on a single machine. I am wondering how I can bind a network interface to an application. Example: Network Interfaces: eth0, eth1 Application A use dummy0 ...
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Linux `mount --bind` made client's folder disappear?

I tried making a VSFTPD user with access to all of our clients' FTP folders. (the users are all chroot'ed to their home directories, where the public_html folders are). What I did was create a new ...
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Setup local dns server that merges Google DNS and OpenNIC

I would like to setup bind9 on my local computer, such that common dns queries like com, de, net are forwarded to Google DNS and the other custom made ones from OpenNic like bbs, dyn, free are ...
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tmux: trying to bind utf8 key

I'm using tmux 1.6 with konsole on Fedora 17 i686. I have an azerty keyboard (with accentued chars), and I want ton bind 'ù' key. I made the following ~/.tmux.conf: setw -g utf8 on bind-key ù ...
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DNS server hostname.domain.com

I have a BIND server setup on my Ubuntu box and it works great if I navigate to server.home.com I was wondering if there is a way to set it up so that I can just type home.com Thanks!
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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 ...
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Using BIND as a Personal DNS Server on Windows XP

My ISP's DNS server is very crappy and I've been trying out various alternatives to it. I came across Treewalk ( http://ntcanuck.com/ ) and BIND, and decided to use Treewalk as it seemed easier. But ...
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BIND DNS server (Windows) - Unable to access my local domain from other computers on LAN

I have a BIND DNS server running on my Windows 7 development machine and I'm serving pages with WAMPSERVER. My ideia is to develop some tools (in PHP) for my intranet at work and I want them to be ...
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Is it possible to host a BIND server within the AWS EC2 infrastructure? [closed]

So my question is if it's possible to set up a BIND server within the infrastructure of EC2. I got tired of paying for DNS services and wanted to try my hand at configuring my own BIND server, ...
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Set up “smart” DNS server

I'm in a restricted network and I want to setup a smart DNS server for personal use. I don't want to use any VPN services since it required setup on my Windows 8. I don't want to encrypt internet ...
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Bind actions to mouse motion in linux (X)?

Is anyone aware of way of binding actions to some key combination + mouse motion? Primary idea would be lets say if alt is pressed and mouse is moved - it would act like scroll wheel (sending scroll ...
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The fastest way for relinking a directory

I use a Gentoo Linux, and I'm currently moving my /usr/portage (portage's database, containing thousands of small ebuild files), /var/tmp/portage (portage's compiling directory), and /var/tmp/ccache ...
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FQDN format in Bind zone

I'm looking over a file in a zone file: wakken.external.no ; $ORIGIN wakken.extenal.no. @ IN SOA master.removed.com. root.removed.com. ( ; ; Note: Increase serial number as part of modifying this ...
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bind 9 and multiple domain names

I have been told the following from someone after trying to get more than one domain name (zone) to work on the same BIND instance. We are able to get a single domain name "example.com" working but ...
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reverse DNS lookup returns different Domain name

A little while ago i set up reverse lookup for our DNS server. The DNS server is very simple. I'm using BIND9 running on Debian jessie. The IP addresses are all static. The zone file looks like this ...
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BIND9 ZONES configuration

I want bind to forward address that have (ico|jpg|png|gif|mp3|js|css|mp4|flv|swf|json) extentions. Is it possible to do something along those lines...
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Bind9 cache automatic refresh

I have a small server (Ubuntu 12.10 x64) at home that acts also as a DNS cache for my LAN (using BIND9). I tried to have a look at the documentation and it appears there is no way to configure it so ...
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Why do you need two different IPs for each NS record in order to run DNS test

Some of my domains run using two different IPs for each ns property in their DNS records, e.g.: ns1.example-1.com 5.5.5.10 ns2.example-1.com 5.5.5.11 and some of my domains have the same IP for ...
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Multiple DNS BIND servers (zones), for same domain

I wonder if something like that is possible. To have one domain, handled by 2 DNS servers, master zones. For example, I have the domain, domain.com on a registrar and I want to make ns1.domain.com ...
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Why are DNS setup guides using private IP addresses in their examples?

I'm attempting to set up BIND9 on my server, and am attempting to follow a guide I have found online. One thing that sets off a warning flag for me is that every guide I've found seems to use private ...
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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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Are my proposed BIND (DNS) Zone schemas valid

I am trying to provide a level of failover control (between 2 sites) using DNS (bind9), and I am unsure if what I am planning to do is compliant with the specs and if it will work reliably. The core ...
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Local subdomains and DNS

I have a following issue. I have in house server (old Dell desktop PC). I have about 9 devices I'm using to test my websites (written mainly in PHP and Python). In the past, I was creating Nginx ...
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Bind9 - How Can I Host a Custom Domain Extension On My Intranet?

I'll start this with an example of what we are trying to achieve: http://domain.ext where ".ext" is custom, in example .loc or .hrd or .one, ect. My first impression is to create a zone for ...
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webmin bind issue- error when i try to start bind

I am setting up a domain = mydomain.com with 2 nameservers ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com in Webmin -> BIND. For this, I have registered 2 child nameservers at my domain registrar, and in ...
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How do I disable Bind?

I followed these instructions in order to enable Bind. http://intridea.com/2010/6/2/using-bind-locally-on-os-x-for-easy-access-to-subdomains?blog=company Now I want to disable it and get back to a ...
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how can I add records to the zone file without restarting the named service?

I'm working on centos6.5 and bind9 and I have managed to add records to a DNS zone by doing this steps: creating the key: dnssec-keygen -a HMAC-MD5 -b 128 -n HOST example.com. editing conf. file: ...
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How to bind applications to specific network adapter

I am currently using a computer in a corporate environment which is connected to the intranet through the ethernet adapter and to the internet through the wireless adapter. The problem is this: the ...
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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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How to start named (BIND)

When I try to start named on my OS 10.7.3 machine, with the following command: launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.isc.named.plist ... I get this error message: launchctl: no plist ...
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Auto Start several terminals on linux

Every time I reboot my linux machine I have to set up 5 or 6 terminals and Im trying to find a way to do this automatically. Bind a script to a shortcut or on startup that starts several terminals ...
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How to configure DNS BIND to work locally on one computer?

I want to do some changes to the BIND source code. In order to test those changes I want to be able to post queries to my local BIND server and for it to use only the local zone files. I know how to ...
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sharing an intranet site across several locations

I'm a resident of Utah, USA. I own three houses, one for each of my three wives / families. Each house is connected to the Internet through a cable modem and a LinkSys router. I'm interested in ...
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Why does nslookup give me NXDOMAIN in this case?

I'm configuring a DNS in Fedora. I have the zone file: $TTL 86400 $ORIGIN example.com. @ IN SOA ns.example.com. root.example.com( 2013121201 ;Serial 28800 ;Refresh 15 ...
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how can i set up BIND to use a different DNS for a specific domain

at work we are using a VPN tunnel to communicate with an external network that is set up for testing. There is also a DNS running inside this external network, and I would like to have a local DNS ...
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Can DNS Caching Be Disabled for a Single Domain (BIND)?

I have a BIND server (CentOS 6) on my local subnet handing my DNS requests. I also have a domain which points to my GoDaddy VPS. I would like to configure my BIND server so that it won't cache any ...
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Mavericks: ping resolves differently from dig

I have BIND9 running on my MBP with a zone for the TLD dev. I then have /etc/resolver/dev setup with the line nameserver 127.0.0.1 so that resolution for that TLD only is performed using my local BIND ...
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Setting up home DNS with Ubuntu Server

I have a webserver (with static IP 192.168.1.5), and I want to have my machines on my local network to be able to access it without modifying /etc/hosts (or equivalent for Windows/OSX). My router has ...
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dhcp static assignment doesn't clean bind after DHCPRELEASE

I've got a set of virtual machines inside VirtualBox on a OSX host. My Gateway-VM is Ubuntu 13.04 with 4 NICs. On this machine ISC-DHCP-Server and Bind9 are running and DDNS-updates work fine when ...