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 ...

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after install ssl certificate fatal bind xxx.xxx.xxx.xx port 587 already in use

I have an Ubuntu 12.04 server setup with Virtualmin/Webmin latest version using a self-signed certificate generated during installation working fine for more than a year without any problem. This week ...
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Reverse Zone with Multiple Virtual Hosts (same machine)

I have two Virtual Hosts on same machine, using Apache 2: <VirtualHost *:80>ServerName house.com</VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80>ServerName car.com</VirtualHost> Also, I ...
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Bulk update BIND zone file from CSV [on hold]

I had to do a mass update of dns records in our bind (on debian lenny). I have no room for error and in my experience i know that bind is very sensitive syntax. I specify you : i have no backup of the ...
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Bind problems Debian

root@alexx8761:~# named-checkconf -z zone j-buy.ru/IN: loaded serial 2013052601 zone 8.16.172.in-addr.arpa/IN: loaded serial 2013052601 zone localhost/IN: loaded serial 2 zone 127.in-addr.arpa/IN: ...
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Issues with delegating subdomain to AD server

I have a working authorative BIND 9.8.4-P2 server on freebsd on domain domain.com with IP 192.168.0.3 and name ns.domain.com that I did not set up on my own. It is a hidden server from which a subset ...
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Configure Bind to log all queried domains from specific client IPs

I would like to know how I can configure a bind dns server to log all queried domains from specific client IPs.
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Webmin: restricting DNS zones visible to a user per view not working?

I'm setting up my own webmin installation to manage a BIND9 DNS authoritative server hosting a few zones. The zones are separated into 2 views: internal and public. There are different groups of ...
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Recursion not available, but still gives answer

I tried to dig a domain on a non-recursive DNS server. From what I know (so far), a non recursive DNS is not supposed to answer what they are not authoritative for. For example : [root@dhcppc14 ...
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BIND DNS Forwarder Performance

Does anyone know how to measure the performance of forwarders that are configured on a BIND DNS (may be in terms of RTT, SRTT)? This will help to know which forwarders are working optimally, I tend ...
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Logging wildcard query in bind

I had setup a wildcard in my zone, and now I regret. I want to found out which name is actually in use. Any ways to log all queries that matches the wildcard in bind?
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using monit to stop or start a service

I would like to use monit to monitor my DNS server. if BIND failed it should stop OSPFD. i tried this but I get an error; > check process named with pidfile /var/run/named/named.pid start > ...
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How to alias name for IP Address

I have a website which is hosted in local Server (CentOS 5.x) (Hostname: xxx.yyy.local, IP : 192.168.5.25). I can browse the site typing server ip in the browser from my Local Network. How can I get ...
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BIND9: How To Simulate NXDOMAIN Over Wildcard Record? [duplicate]

I have a BIND9 database with a wildcard record: * IN CNAME host.mydomain.tld. I want to get my DNS server to "spoof" NXDOMAIN for chosen names: nxhost1 => NXDOMAIN nxhost2 => NXDOMAIN etc... ...
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Scientific Linux 7 BIND not forwarding

I installed named-chroot and configured it for the internal network. Everything works great, but nothing gets forwarded. Here is my configuration: options { listen-on port 53 { 127.0.0.1; ...
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Gmail mail is handled by 10 your-dns-needs-immediate-attention.gmail [duplicate]

I am running my own DNS server using bind, and I have only just noticed the output of host -t mx gmail on any system using my DNS server: gmail mail is handled by 10 ...
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BIND and OpenVPN on the same port (different IP and interfaces)

I have 2 network interfaces: eth0 has IPv4 104.x.y.44 and eth1 has 104.x.y.38. BIND is listening on 104.x.y.44:53 and I want OpenVPN to be on 104.x.y.38:53 (udp mode). However OpenVPN fails to start: ...
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Host command returns two different IP addresses when run sequentially

Here's an interesting problem: ~ $ host gitlab.myorg.com gitlab.myorg.com is an alias for aln7git01.myorg.com. aln7git01.myorg.com has address 172.30.9.197 ~ $ host gitlab.myorg.com gitlab.myorg.com ...
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Reverse DNS for nameservers

Do I need PTR records for nameserver (bind dns servers)? I understand that it's important for sending mail to have a reverse dns record in place, but as our nameservers would not send mail, is this ...
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Ubuntu server not receiving DNS requests on port 53

So i've installed Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS. No firewall is installed to block ports so every port is opened. But i'm having problems on receiving DNS requests on port 53. I've added two hostnames ...
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Bind9 DNS not working as expected

I have set up a DNS server using Bind9. The server is linked to the domain exampledns.info. Web server When I perform dig exampledns.info @ns1.exampledns.info +norecurse on the web server. Where ...
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DNS: Zone file for experimental / private RR Type

I'm experimenting with a new RR Type for DNS records. The DNS standard allows this, as long as you use a RR TYPE in the range 65,xxx. Dig supports this, by specifying type to be TYPE65xxxx. But I ...
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Bind9 View which matches dependent on the requested domain name

Not sure if the title fits the question please feel free to edit, Thanks I am using bind9 as an internal caching DNS server for my small office network I have a single device which is allowed to ...
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Where can I find the highest/most recent DNS serial?

I am running a DNS server in my local network, using bind9 on ubuntu server. Since the last ubuntu update, lookups from other machines on that DNS server time out : DNS request timed out. Timeout ...
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Can a DNS client distinguish if the answer they received was based on a wildcard record or a specific match?

I had a * record on one of our zones and I changed it. But when I queried certain, random names on that zone from public DNS servers, I still received the old IP address. This makes no sense to me. ...
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DNSsec error in Bind9.10 following update of freebsd10.1

My DNSsec began to fail following a ports update. I have reinstalled Bind on both master and slave but the error still persist. 35 ;; WE HAVE MATERIAL, WE NOW DO VALIDATION 36 ;; VERIFYING A RRset ...
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Intentionally stop a process from responding

Is there any way to intentionally prevent a process from responding - ie. not close or kill it, but stop it dead in it's track, so it immediately stops processing anything? I've often found myself ...
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Bind 9 - Secondary Zone File only updates after restart

a quick description of my setup. the primary zone is running on a windows server dns. the secondary zone is runnung on bind. if i delete the zone file and restart bind the transfer works fine. means ...
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What does the Bind 9 query error log debug 2 qrysent, retry, restart numbers mean?

I am trying to trouble shoot some DNS problems with BIND 9 when I have a cache miss on my recursive resolver. I've enabled debug 2 logging for query errors and am getting the following: 01-Jun-2015 ...
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Spoof DNS request from a specific IP address in Bind

Lets say a user block at 192.168.1.0/24 wants to access facebook. I want the BIND Server to reply with a wrong IP address, lets say 172.32.1.1. But when users from the IP address block of ...
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dns bind not working nslookup gives servfail

I am connected to a reliance wifi connection obtained a 192.168.0.101 ip. 192.168.0.1 as primary dns. I configured dns bind to give name to my server process. To test that locally i changed the ...
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CNAME Record with any other Resource Record in BIND

As per best of my understanding, CNAME can't exist with any other RR in DNS Server. I am using BIND 9.9.5. Now when i am adding CNAME record with a domain which already has NS Records, i am not ...
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Bind and DNSmasq conflicting [closed]

I have recently upgraded from Ubuntu 14.04 to 14.10 and finally to 15.04 and now I have big problem in accessing websites. I get the "query refused" when I try to dig google.com and in my resolv.conf ...
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rDNS 'zone [xxx] has no address record (A or AAAA)

teaching myself some server tricks. Getting trouble with bind9 on debian8. named-checkzone pro.lan db.pro.lan.inv zone pro.lan/IN: NS 'server.pro.lan' has no address records (A or AAAA) my ...
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Match BIND's view to certain users

It's easy to make a BIND's view to match certain IPs with the aid of match-clients directive. But is it possible at all for a view to match not IPs, but users? For example service a is run under user ...
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Windows 2012 can't validate forwarders without a root zone?

(Disclaimer: I am not a Windows DNS admin. I do have a decent amount of DNS experience under my belt though, and this is not making any sense. I am working closely with the admins responsible for ...
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Bind9: Master->Slave Notify IPv6 with fallback to IPv4

I've a small Master->Slave DNS scheme setup between two machines running Debian 8 + Bind9 in dual IP stack. The master and the slave both own an IPv4 and IPv6 used by bind, enfored by the ...
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Not able to load reverse zone with bind

I've created a simple bind dns server to host 3 zones in a test lab. bath.local (192.168.100.0/24) munich.local (192.168.101.0/24) dhcp.local (192.168.99.0/24) I want forward and reverse ...
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BIND9: Send Notifications on Specific IP Address

I've been trying to implement a bind master->slave setup between two machines, but I've a problem regarding the IP address BIND used on the master to notify my slave machine. Here is my setup: ...
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weird DNS issue when looking up a service provider's services [closed]

I came across an interesting issue today. I was looking up node1.ar.service.com from the one of the 3 DNS servers exposed to the internet. These 3 servers act as authoritative servers at my ...
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DNS spoofing with bind9 [duplicate]

I have mobile application which calls to an API (api.example.com) setup in web. For easy debugging purpose I would like to route this api calls to a server setup in my LAN. I have Bind9 setup on a ...
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Should I declare zone on slave server for DNS notify and zone transfer

I have problems with DNS notify and zone tranfer. My setup is as follow. Master server: 10.90.7.10 Slave server 1: 10.90.7.11 Slave server 2: 10.90.7.12 I have started rndc server on slave server ...
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Stop senseless mass-queries on DNS-server [duplicate]

I have a disturbing problem for a few weeks now ... One of my three DNS-servers (running bind9 as slave of a Plesk DNS master) is getting spammed with senseless DNS requests. The origin IPs of those ...
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BIND9 zone forwarding is not working at all. How can I troubleshoot?

I've read a lot of other ServerFault BIND9 DNS not forwarding questions and answers. Queries (using DiG) for FQDNs I expect to be forwarded respond as if the public internet has the authoritative ...
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BIND 9 : rndc reload has no effect

I'm running a BIND 9.10.2 port on FreeBSD 10 in a jailed configuration, and I'm having a problem that rndc reload does not pick up any (primary master) zone file changes, even though the SOA serial is ...
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Using static records in dynamic zone with Samba and BIND_DLZ

I've deployed Samba4 as AD controller using BIND_DLZ as a backend. It works ok. Now I have a bunch of servers with static IP's, and I would like to resolve them, but I can't find a way to do this. So ...
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openvpn dns server not resolving forwarded DNS lookups after connecting, only local

I am using OpenVPN server (on an Ubuntu server 14.04) with Mac OS X Yosemite client (using TunnelBlick v 3.50 build 4265). It works well except for the DNS server from the VPN server which although ...
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BIND SERVFAIL after upgrade to Debian Jessie

I've done absolutely nothing to my BIND configuration, but looks like Debian Jessie upgrade has broke it. Maybe some new options got introduced to it, or the old things now work differently, but I ...
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New install of authorative BIND9 logging requests but not responding

I have setup a new CentOS7 server, updated and installed bind + bind-utils to be used as an authoritative public facing NS. It seems to be ignoring external DNS queries. Configured logging, opened ...
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DNS not working with Ipv6

I'm trying to configure bind for ipv6 protocol.I have added the entries to the zone and configuration files but still the ipv6 IPs are not returned when i try for nslookup.Can someone guide me to ...
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bind9 ubuntu set up correctly, quit working

While I'm talking about Chef a bit here, I'm fairly confident the problem has nothing to do with Chef) We manage all of our Linux (Ubuntu) servers, which are running our web infrastructure, with Chef, ...