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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Bind 10 - Reverse zone file error

As I stated in the title I have a problem with BIND 10 . More exactly , I am looking to make a reverse zone file. I am using BIND on Windows 7. I know, there were warnings about how ISC doesn't ...
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Do I need Bind for my dedicated server?

On the onset, would like to declare myself as a newbie, I have used managed servers before, this time around wanted to go for nginx, and my host did not have a control panel for nginx only, and ...
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I can Ping Domain on BIND DNS server but cannot not on connected host - how can it be? [on hold]

I have BIND DNS setup. There is a domain which I can ping successfully on the server itself, but on PCs using the servers as DNS, same domain does not resolve. If I use public DNS on the same PCs, ...
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Priorities or ambiguos DNS reverse zone with Bind

In my internal DNS running on Bind9 all machines are available at up to 3 different domain names, i.e. all machines are listed as machine.legacy.domain and machine.new.domain. Some machines are joined ...
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DNS Lookups no longer working - administratively prohibited

I'm running into a strange issue where my server now refuses to do DNS lookups (using bind). I use a CentOS box as an OpenVPN gateway and provide DNS service to the clients. For month everything was ...
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BIND with external web server [closed]

I am trying to get up and running my own DNS server but something is wrong. I do not get any error but when I access to www.example.org the page is not loaded. I am using Linux. My registered ...
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Mod_rewrite for BIND or Windows DNS Server? [closed]

I have a domain my.domain which I want to use for resolving names like machine.my.domain (there could be many machine names). However, I do not want to manage IP addresses of these machines and ...
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dns external lookup servfail

I assure you I have searched far and wide for a clue to this problem! I have a DNS server running CentOS 5.5 and BIND 9.3. Most external lookups work fine, but lookups on one particular domain ...
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how can I define subdomains for a subdomain in bind?

I have a domain "example.com" with subdomain "sub1.example.com" defined as an "A" record in the bind zone file. How can I define something like "sub2.sub1.example.com"?
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how to “match-clients” on Bind9 to match with IP of who use the DNS

I just setup a GeoDNS server with bind9.9.5 with geoip patch following this kind of configuration: http://www.caraytech.com/geodns/ The server dns work very well and geoip modules do the job. What ...
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Connecting local web server to local dns server

I have 1 local webserver "192.168.91.100" and 1 local DNS server "192.168.91.101" to do name resolve for the local web server. I have configured few zones in local DNS server. I wanted to link this ...
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DNS delegation does not work

I am quite newcomer to BIND and am trying to understand why is my environment not working. I have 3 DNS servers, ns1.ixlabs.net, ns2.ixlabs.net and ns1.plesk.ixlabs.net. ns1 and ns2 on ixlabs, are ...
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BIND9 resolve root and www but forward all others public dns [duplicate]

So my goal is override the root (@) and www of this domain with my own IP but have all the rest of the sub domains to be resolved completely normally. My named.conf.options options { directory ...
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Cannot enable GSS-TSIG updates from Active Directory in BIND 9.10

I’m with a problem trying to enable GSS-TSIG with BIND 9.10. Before I start describing what I’ve done, I would like to say that I’ve already done this in in another domain without any problems. So I ...
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SSH fails with host not found, but NSLookup finds that host

I have a small business network with several servers on it. To simplify things, I added a BIND9 DNS server on one of them, with entries for each of the local machines, i.e. vpn.example.com, ...
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Bind9 stops responding when router loses internet connectivity

I have a Ubuntu 14.04 server which is acting as a router. So one interface (wan port) has internet access and the second interface (lan port) doesn't. All traffic from the lan port is masqueraded and ...
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Split DNS configuration: can't update external zone from internal system using nsupdate

I have set up a single DNS server with bind9 and a split dns configuration so that all internal requests for my domain name get the internal IP address, and all requests from outside my network get ...
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Why is Bind not seemingly not reloading my ACL's on service reload?

I have a two views setup on my ubuntu server: acl members-nl { 1.2.3.4; }; acl members-eu { }; I had the IP 1.2.3.4 inside members-eu and did service bind9 reload - its not taking affect. I ...
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Cisco 3560-X and Bind9 DDNS integration

Experts, In an infrastructure I'm currently working on, we have one Cisco 3560-X as a core switch and an internal Bind9 DNS server. The 3560 is acting as the DHCP server. BIND9 currently has names of ...
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One Public IP, Private IPs, DNS Server and Multiple Servers [closed]

I have lots of unanswered questions about these topics. So, lets begin. First off all, I'm not a server and networking guru. I'm a regular PHP developer. And I've read allmost all of the articles ...
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My reverse zone doesn't work

I'm trying to configure my reverse zones on Centos server. I've read many articles and it looks like I'm doing everything right and don't know what to check or fix next. The following is a part of my ...
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Bind9 DNS resolves full domain to localhost

I have set up a Bind9 DNS server on my development VM which is running Debian Wheezy. My addresses resolve from my host machine (Win7) to my dev VM, and I can ping from there. Internally on the VM, I ...
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LTSP remote app and 127.0.0.1

I have installed SP on Ubuntu 14.04 and configured fat clients to run Apache. And the clients will run Firefox and Chrome applications from the Server using ltsp-remoteapps. FYI, I have configured ...
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'www.', nameservers, and DNS records

TL;DR: 'www.' doesn't work, haven't got BIND configuration right yet. I have a domain name, let's call it 'example.co.uk'. I have my own server with several websites on it, all expressed with the ...
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How to setup reverse DNS record (PTR) with Webmin?

Sorry, my knowledge in IT is very limited so please kindly forgive me if this is a stupid question. I have a very simple Centos VPS with Webmin installed on mysite.com with IP 123.456.789.5 ...
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Resolve root domain to IP, forward all other sub domains to public DNS

This is my zones file zone "domain.com"{ type master; file "/etc/bind/db.override"; }; zone "cpanel.domain.com"{ type forward; forwarders { 8.8.8.8;8.8.4.4; }; ...
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Forwarding requests made to Windows DNS server for a domain it's authoritative for but doesn't have a record matching the request, onto BIND?

Is it possible on a Windows DNS server to have it forward/proxy requests for a domain it's authoritative for but doesn't have a record matching the request.. onto another server like a BIND server ? ...
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dns zone configuration incorrect

i'm trying to ping mail.example.com but failed. base on my below zone configuration. Did I configure anything wrong? $TTL 604800 ; 1 week @ IN SOA serverad.example.com. root.example.com. ( ...
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Cleanup DHCPD leases as well as DDNS Entries

I have a fairly simple set up on a Debian server I'm running. I currently have isc-dhcp-server installed along with bind9. I set up my zone and my reverse lookup zones and set up dynamic updates, it's ...
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Intranet NameServer for Public Domain [closed]

I have registered a domain name domain.co and have a intranet DNS server (BIND) which is serving the queries. I want this domain and dns to be discoverable by anyone in the network without making any ...
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Unknown RR type in named - SRV exchange record

I am trying to add an SRV record on Fedora 20 x64 on bind 9. The record should reroute the mail for excahnge to a different port. So I add this SRV record: _sumbission._tcp IN SRV ...
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How can I get bind to return the same dns answer as DNSMASQ returns?

As Dnsmasq does not support Views, I have installed and configured bind9. Everything works, however I am noticing on a specific entry that my bind server is not returning the same answer/response as ...
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MaraDNS - location of zone configuration file

Does anyone use MaraDNS instead of BIND9? I've installed 1.4.2 on my VPS (Debian 7 x32) in OVH.fr and looked through the documentation. As I conclude, mararc configuration file should be located in ...
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Set up BIND9 as DNS Firewall

With OpenDNS now needing one to be on the pro package to have filtering turned on, being on a tight budget, we are in need of free DNS filtering. After reading this link on how to block domains with ...
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Why does nslookup not return what I am expecting from my bind server? (RPZ configured)

Prior to this question I was looking for some help in finding a way to return a different response to querying clients based on their IP Address. The question was answered here: How can I selectively ...
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Caching DNS server returns invalid ip address for external lookups

I'm trying to resolve a DNS issue and am running short of ideas. Google doesn't seem to be helping, either. When I use my local caching name server to resolve external host names, it always returns ...
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Are there other Dnsmasq type programs that can return client specific tables?

We are using Dnsmasq, we have several entries that are working well. What we are looking for is to return a different config file for specific ip addresses. i.e: When ever ip 1.2.3.4 connects, it ...
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BIND 9.10 constantly killed on FreeBSD 10.0 with out of swap space

In one of our slave DNS servers BIND, version bind910-9.10.0P2_3, constantly get killed with the following message in /var/log/messages: Jul 30 01:00:10 cinnabar kernel: pid 602 (named), uid 53, was ...
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Anyone knows what 173lo.com is - top entry on my BIND DNS server

Administer a DNS server running BIND DNS. We use dnstop to monitor queries. I have 173lo.com as top query with highest count and I'm wondering what the domain is, I can't find really useful ...
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Automatic way to increase zone file serial number by one in BIND9

I've a BIND9 server with a lot of zones and I need to increase the serial number of the zone files by one. Some zones are using the YYYYMMDDXX format but other zones just increase it by one, as they ...
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BIND9 wildcard and unqualified name

When an unqualified name (a name without a terminating dot) is encountered in a zone file, BIND9 appends the origin value ($ORIGIN directive) to it. Example: ns.domain.tld. IN A SERVER_IP ...
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DNS zone transfer interval

I've never made a change to a DNS record before. In researching the DNS servers I inherited (Solaris 5.6 with BIND v9.2.3), I found that DNS_A (private) is the primary DNS server and it replicates to ...
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Is it acceptable (or possible) to use an IP Address as a nameserver entry for a domain name? [duplicate]

I am attempting to use bind9 on my linux VPS to "host" the zone files for my domain name. My confusion is that my VPS's hostname is that domain name. If a client were to look up ns1.mydomain.com and ...
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How can I selectively override some A records on a Bind DNS Server?

I'm guessing there has to be a reasonable way to solve my issue but I'm trying to get some advice on a best practice to implement. I have recently moved to a Web Design company and we need to be able ...
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Export Bind-DLZ data to traditional named.conf?

I'm looking to convert a Bind-DLZ based setup to a PowerDNS based setup. To do this, I would like to use the zone2sql tool that comes with PowerDNS. Sadly, this tool skips right over the DLZ defined ...
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Webmin slave DNS

I setup slave DNS server for my master, I configured everything, all domains was transfered to the slave server, I can add new domain, edit existing domain, but in the logs I've got problems. There ...
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Unable to connect to localhost or local ip but can connect to other servers or websites

I have a server with nginx|bind|mysql installed, everything is working fine but I am unable to connect to localhost or any websites hosted on server. I tried pinging and wget and none of them work ...
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How do I get Ubuntu to pick up proper DNS routes over PPTP?

So here is my scenario. I have setup an Ubuntu 14.04 PPTP server setup at a remote site and it is working just fine. I can connect clients remotely via Linux & Windows. I can also ssh and RDP to ...
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BIND 9: Testing the Reverse zone gives error, NS '' has no address records (A or AAAA)

I am trying to create a ptr record. I read a tutorial on https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/dns-configuration.html and now I have spend almost the whole day to fix it but could not figure out ...
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Managing multiple equal zones with DNSSEC

I run an authoritative name server (BIND), and I have a few dozens domain with identical zone files, i.e. they all use /etc/bind/db.default3. I’m considering deploying DNSSEC on my server, but so far ...