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BIND is a free, open source software implementation of the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols. The name BIND stands for "Berkeley Internet Name Domain", because the software originated in the early 1980s at the University of California at Berkeley. BIND is currently maintained and developed by the Internet Systems Consortium, a non-profit public benefit corporation with a mission to support a free and open internet.

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Bind not forwarding query after upgrade from 9.11 to 9.16

I am uses Bind at FreeBSD 12.1 server, as DNS back-end of samba DC. In my configuration local subnet database is stores in samba ldap and to resolve global domain names uses forwarders dns option. I ...
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Bind DNS configuration is not showing A record for domain

I'm new to DNS setup and followed several instructions on setting up Bind DNS. Below is my zone file: ; $TTL 604800 @ IN SOA sandbox.svr. root.viper.sandbox.svr. ( ...
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Creating multiple log flows for named

I am in the process of rolling out external DNS servers to resolve all end user queries Before we can move the solution into production I would like get as much useful logging in place as possible ...
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External DNS server (centos named) inconsistently resolving user queries

I have a cluster of DNS servers which sit behind a public IP. These servers resolve some of the time but other times they just return a ServFail error code for any queries The setup I have is not ...
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Bind DNS Recursive directly asks the TLD DNS server

I want to define some TLD DNS servers ( most used based on statistics) in my DNS Recursive servers.
I aim to decrease request to DNS Root servers.

Is it possible? Does bind support it?
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How to start up bind9 server

I tried everything to start bind9 server and I finally found this> run named -g I do not know what else to do. [email protected]:/home/knoppix# named -g 06-Oct-2020 20:34:13.743 starting BIND 9.11....
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Mount a non-bind-mount docker volume on the host

I'm having a few dockerized services that need to share data between the host and the container. My current solution is to use bind-mounts like everyone else. Result: on non-Linux hosts, accessing the ...
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When I use ruby dns.rb for minidyndns this error appear (Errno::EADDRNOTAVAIL)"

We are running a web server for two websites and no we wanna serve another service to our clients. we want to give them DynamicDNS and we need to have our own ddns server. As we decided before to use ...
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Bind9 newbie not able to resolve local addresses

I am completely new to DNS servers and as an educational tool, I have installed bind9 on a RPi running dietpi - a stripped down version of Debian. External addresses resolve perfectly but internal ...
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How to set up a bind9 DNS server to forward DNS requests to iodine?

I'm trying to demo iodine in my LAN. I have an iodine client machine, an iodine server machine with the hostname t1.haxor.com and a locally running DNS server. I want to imitate an enterprise ...
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What is the resolution rate that I can expect from Bind resolver (or alternative)? [duplicate]

I would like to create a DNS resolver using Bind9 so all my organization's DNS queries go to this resolver (DNS queries for external domains. The resolver should not be authoritative for the ...
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rndc commands not working

I have been building DNS servers on centos 7 (i inherited the these but need to make changes to repurpose them) When I run the any rndc command it does not work i.e. when i try rndc reload i get no ...
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ZSK gets inactivated and other dns records are still signed with this inactivated ZSK - It seems to be working okay - Why?

Regarding ZSK rollover, I found that if old ZSK becomes inactive, the old inactive ZSK would still be available from BIND, but there would be no more RRSIG for such old inactive ZSK - RRSIG of old ...
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Issues resolving queries using bind and linux namespaces

I have been wracking my brain trying to resolve an issue using bind for DNS resolution in centos The setup I have is not typical (this was inherited). Basically on the server there is a namespace ...
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The following nameservers failed to resolve to an IP address : ns2.exemple.fr

Actually I make a bind configuration master/slave on linux distro. info example : domaine : exemple.fr master dns : 10.10.10.10 slave dns : 10.10.10.11 My dns zone is well managed by the master. the ...

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