BIND is by far the most widely used DNS software on the Internet. It provides a robust and stable platform on top of which organizations can build distributed computing systems with the knowledge that those systems are fully compliant with published DNS standards.

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How to attach my domain with bind in real www

I install bind9, with apache. my dig, host, nslookup and ping provide this info: my system ip address: 59.177.154.251 my domain name: imsingh.com my domain registrar: GoDaddy.com When i write ...
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Which network configuration?

I have a dual core machine at home w/ 8GB RAM and 3 TB HDD. I have a static IP and a couple of registerd domain names.I have a consumer grade ZTE VDSL2 modem/WiFi accesspoint/router/switch that I can ...
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Mounting Directories with bind & different permissions

I’m running Ubuntu 13.04 & trying to mount a folder using bind in /etc/fstab. Shown below is one of many similar entries; /media/Storage1/test /media/Storage1/WebDAV/Alex none ...
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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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DNS nested $GENERATE directives - is it possible?

Is there a way to use the $GENERATE directive, in bind, in a nested fashion? Like: $GENERATE.$GENERATE.GENERATE.127 IN PTR localhost Or: $GENERATE.$GENERATE.10.in-addr.arpa" { type master; file ...
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BIND9 SERVFAIL Issue with Windows 2008 R2 DNS Server

I was looking over a strange problem with BIND 9 when one of my Windows 2008 R2 instances is pointed to it as a forwarder. Specifically, when DNSSEC is turned on in BIND, some domain names fail to ...
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How to configure a 10. network in bind? (PTR)

I'm trying to configure a zone for a 10.0.1.0/24 network. I have rfc1918 zones defined, but then I commented out 10.in-addr.arpa network, since I'm neading it. I then configured a db.1.0.10 file ...
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View-specific DNS forwarding?

I'm setting up a server which, as one of its roles, will be acting as a gateway for guest wifi. I want to set up BIND so that queries coming from the main network will be normally resolved but if the ...
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Can Dnsmasq or DNRD forward all DNS packets pass my router?

I have a embedded Linux box as a router which has two interfaces. One interface is connected to public network by dialing into ISP. Another interface (its IP is 192.168.1.1) is connected to LAN ...
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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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MAC & IP Binding not working on TP-LINK router

I have my home server up and running. I had my router set up so that it forward outside calls directly to the server so I could access it from anywhere. For some unkown reason it started misbehaving. ...
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Set Server Host Name

I wan't to publish my hostname so that I can access the server from anywhere I want. How can I possibly implement this in golang? This can be related to defining java.rmi.sever.hostname to my IP ...
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Issue with my DNS and PTR record setup

I have been trying to setup my DNS server, and I have got powerdns configured to do basic stuff. My issue is that RPT records doesn't resolve correctly when I run dig command against public DNS ...
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How do I use autohotkey to make lshift and n do page down and 1

I want to bind Left Shift + N to PgDn + 1. How do I do this in AutoHotKey? I've tried so many things but I can't get it right.
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One-word link for intranet - top level domain (tld) setup with BIND 9

While it seems to be a kind of typical pattern for the intranet ... however haven't been able to find the right and working solution for it. I'm trying to set up the intranet site accessible by 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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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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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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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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csh bindkey what is “\346”

It looks like I cannot use Ctrl+right_arrow to forward word on my c shell. After some effort I found out that the all the key bindings can be found with bindkey command and I get these: "\306" ...
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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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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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DNS resolving broken after installation of bind due to iptables

I successfully configured my web server (Apache, PHP etc.) and blocked the ports I don't need using iptables, which was working perfectly fine. Today, I installed BIND and configured it, which also ...
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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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How to set the logging clause for a chrooted BIND?

This question is a bit similar to this one but the answer that seemed to help the most is Ubuntu specific, and this is running on OSX 10.6.8. With this logging clause: logging { category ...
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Setting up BIND on OSX, which of these default port configurations is preferrable?

I'm following the instructions here on how to set up BIND on OSX, and I've got as far as this point (not very far then!) Watch out! The rndc-confgen utility is extremely handy for generating new ...
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Need help setting up bind in OSX for browser testing in Parallels Windows XP VM

Ok, this will be a somewhat lengthy question. First, some background: I am developing and testing websites on a Macbook (OSX Lion), using Parallels to run various installs of Windows for IE testing. I ...
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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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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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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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How to setup DNS server behind a VPN

I want to host some websites behind a VPN and I need some help with the finer points of the configuration. Thus far I've settled on OpenVPN + Bind9 and I want to configure the domains like this: ...
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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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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 ...
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DNS: can't query domain

For some reason I can't query specific domains. Although dig works as it should, nslookup doesn't. home1:/# dig +trace www.capital.gr ; <<>> DiG 9.7.3 <<>> +trace ...
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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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Windows 7 + Bind on Ubuntu - DNS keeps stopping

I have a Bind DNS server running from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server 64 bit. In there, I've setup some local A records for internal websites, e.g. wiki.domain.local. Everything works fine, except that ...
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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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Active directory Kerberos OSX problems

I'll try to keep this short, but informative. I'm currently unable to bind OSX lion (10.7.4) machines to our AD. OSX kerberos (heimdal) is unable to locate the KDC service. However i can bind ...
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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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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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Name servers not working together

I have a had name server set up for my websites on my server but a while back the I put a new network in and it stopped the name server from working. I didn't have a back up name server off site so I ...
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Unable to resolve top-level domain with BIND on zeroshell

So, I have bind on zeroshell, I can make a DNS zone for lets say "http", I can then set a DNS A record on 'test' for example and have "test.http" point to an IP address But then I have an issue if I ...
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Does Send mail can turn on external recursion in BIND DNS Server?

I've a Ubuntu 10.04 package from Godaddy, It includes BIND and Sendmail pre-installed. Normally recursion enabled for Internal DNS queries and recursion is disabled for External DNS queries. (Please ...
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Can't restart bind9 in ubuntu 12.04

When i want to configure mail server in my ubuntu, i have to restart bind9 after make a Domain Name Server (DNS), but it failed. it says rndc: connect failed: 127.0.0.1#953: connection refused ...
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How to block subreddits with BIND9?

Please help me block NSFW subreddits like this one (http://www.reddit.com/r/NSFW/) I would like to keep access to SFW subreddits, but block certain subreddits that are distracting or NSFW. I know ...
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BIND redirect host without zone

How can I redirect some hosts with my bind server, Like a hots file ( /etc/hosts ). If I declare a master zone of a external domain, I can't resolve request for subdomain...
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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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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 ...