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Remap domain onto subdomain using bind

I have a domain internal.example.com and a second domain foo.bar.com. Each of these domains has their own bind9 instance. I would like to be able to access records in foo.bar.com using the subdomain ...
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Is it possible to make one public ip point at different servers within a local network? [closed]

Title is a bit vague so here i go! Basically i have setup a local dns server that allows me to use my local network using hostnames. e.g. dns.subdomain.home i would like all these servers to be ...
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Bind9 on Debian : nslookup point on localhost not my ip server

i have just install bind9 on Debian. I think i haven't configured not everything because i still have a problem with the DNS and the propagation. I think the problem is say by nslookup : Server: ...
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sub domain not working in my website

My subdomain is incaccessible since SEVERAL hours. This often do. They are inaccessible for a while and suddenly they are again accessible. I didn't see the problem, I configured bind9 like this : ...
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can any one help me with diagnosing subdomain issue, please?

Recently had problem with one domain, and it seems its happening again. (with another one) subdomain unavailable for few hours, when other subdomains are perfectly fine So can anyone please help me ...
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subdomain unavailable for few hours, when other subdomains are perfectly fine

I just had a really alarming situation with one of the subdomains. So the problem was that one of subdomains mail.xxx.pl was unavailable (server request failure, no ping, no dig response), when all ...
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How can I configure BIND to serve zone with single server

I can't configure BIND to resolve example.org with it sub-domains. I have local network with single server (LAN IP ADDRESS L.L.L.L and WAN: W.W.W.W) with NGINX, configured for several virtual ...
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DNS for a subdomain

I have: - two DNS servers: 1.1.1.1 and 2.2.2.2 - domain name: domain.com pointed to 1.1.1.1 I want to point sub domain: sub.domain.com to 2.2.2.2 (obviously www.sub.domain.com too) on 1.1.1.1 I've ...
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How to configure bind for a private subdomain?

I am attempting to define a subdomain for a private network (RFC1918) behind a NAT firewall; let's call it priv.example.com. Normally, and from what I can gather on various websites, this could be ...
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bind9 not forwarding to subdomain NS

I'm running bind9 on Ubuntu 10.04, managing the (LAN)domain lan.group04.org - see the following zone file lan.group04.org. IN SOA dns.lan.group04.org. admin.lan.group04.org. ( 2006081401 28800 ...
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Setting BIND up with multiple domains and subdomains? [closed]

I was wondering if anybody has, or knows of a full tutorial for setting up domains on a server(VPS specifically)? I need to be able to run multiple domains on it and have sub domains. Thanks in ...
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Apache2, Bind9, virtualhosts, subdomains and domain email

i'm running an ubuntu vps which hosts at least 2 different sites/domains via apache2's virtualhost, and they've been working fine for months. now i'm wondering about setting up some subdomains, and ...
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How do I use BIND DNS with multiple domain names?

I am trying to set up a simple local DNS server to use across multiple virtual machines in a dev/test environment (web servers). While I would just set up a Windows server with DNS, I have limited ...
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Does Dynamic DNS require separate subdomains?

I have a functioning DHCP/DNS (ISC Bind 9.6, DHCP 3.1.1) server running on Debian that I would like to add DynamicDNS functionality to. I have a pretty simple question: Does DynamicDNS require (or ...
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Localhost subdomains with Bind9

So, following this question here and a number of other questions about subdomains on localhost, we learned that /etc/hosts isn't capable of handling wildcard routes and we need a DNS system. Ok, I ...
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BIND: how to delegate subzone to other DNS server?

I'm in the process of migrating from a workgroup served by a BIND9 DNS server, to a AD Domain based on Windows Server 2008 R2, and I'd like to keep using the BIND server until the AD infrastructure is ...
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1answer
378 views

How can I move a load of zone records from a web based system to text based one?

I have a few domains with Dreamhost where I have set a load of records using their web based domain name system, and I've like to move them to another provider that lets me enter info directly as a ...
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Add a subdomain to NAMED config file

I have a domain configuration file called example.com.conf I want to add the following subdomain to it: members.example.conf and add it's own MX records (it's running a seperate mail system). How do ...
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Creating subdomains. How to manage DNS server

I am trying to learn how to use dns server "named" on Fedora to create subdomains. Have only a little knowledge how to do it... All manual pages I found on the question, are very complicated. So I am ...