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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bind9 configure forward zone for local domain without DNSSEC for this zone only

I have a working DNS server for local domain mydomain.local. I am trying to configure bind9 to work in default configuration, except for this zone, for which I want to forward queries to local DNS ...
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Understanding (and partially disabling?) DNSSEC for an internal domain

I am setting up a new DNS infrastructure for our internal HPC cluster environment. This involves providing a migration path from our existing DNS authorities and domains. For sake of example, let's ...
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How to find out about the nameserver configuration on a VPS

I recently inherited the management of a dedicated server with a number of VPSs installed on it, each of them hosting a number of websites and domains We require e-mail for one of the domains ...
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dnssec-signzone error 'not at top of zone' for a hosted domain

$TTL 86400 $ORIGIN yoda.domain2.com. @ 1D IN SOA yoda.domain2.com. admin.domain.com. ( 2015021601 ; Serial yyyymmddnn 3h ; ...
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Bind caching nameserver MX lookup error for Low TTL Records

We are running Bind (9.8) as Caching Nameserver on a CentOS 6.x based mail server. We get frequent domain not found error for certain domains resulting in mail delivery failure. It was discovered ...
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Bind and redirection of clients

Is there any possibility to suggest clients to use a different DNS server to resolve particular domain names? For bind not just forward the query to this server, get the response and serve it to the ...
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DNS resolving is slow only when using cURL to fetch data

I have domain 'engine02.prod.qc.offercal.com' in my local bind9. I don't think it's DNS server or TTL issue, because the benchmark is almost always look like this (I tried for 2 minutes using each ...
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Dynamic Global Hostname and nsupdate do not send update to authoritative nameserver

I'm trying to do DDNS. I have two Apple products: an Airport Extreme and a Macbook Air, and I want to update my DDNS server via the "Dynamic Global Hostname" feature. I setup DDNS in the cloud ...
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Debian Wheezy, bind and generic config with views

I'm struggling for a last couple of days to make my bind work. I believe, it have a very generic config, but somehow it won't serve a proper IP of my server to local clients, when the domain name is ...
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Forwarding queries to alternative Nameserver - Bind9

I currently have setup a bind9 DNS on my linux machine, I have created one zone for domain a.com and pointed to it from within my named.conf file. When using this DNS, I can see that when visiting ...
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Different domain names within one Zone file - Bind9 DNS

I have to create A and NS records for 100 domains, I am able to do this the following default/common way Example for one domain, a.com nano /etc/bind/named.conf.default-zones append zone "a.com" ...
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Bind DNS Problems

I have setup a Bind DNS server for my website winpack.cf but it seems that something goes wrong: mxtoolbox shows "Lookup failed after 2 name servers timed out or responded non-authoritatively"... I ...
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How to find out the serial number of a reverse zone in bind?

Is there a way to extract the actual serial number in effect for a reverse zone from a bind9 server?. I can find out the domain's serial, but have no idea how to do the same for the reverse zones. ...
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bind cache not used?

i installed a classic bind9 dns server inside a local network, working as a forwarding dns server, there is my config file (i just added my ISP DNS servers as forwarders): options { directory ...
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Tell bind to resend notify?

Is there a way to tell bind to resend notify packets to secondary/slave zones after (say) a minute? This is for an unstable connection where some UDP packets get lost and also to compensate for the ...
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Bind zone transfer: slave can't resolve other slaves

We have a DNS config like this at work: # company-master zone master: mycompany.com # city1-slave zone master: city1.mycompany.com zone slave: mycompany.com # city2-slave zone master: ...
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What is the minimal possible bind configuration that works?

I have been trying to make bind work on Fedora 21, and haven't succeeded doing it. I read a few tutorials which basically instructed me to create a zone for my domain and an inverse mapper, then ...
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Setting up two Bind9 DNS Servers on LAN with one serving a particular zone and the other hinting to it

I have set up a Bind9 DNS to serve names on a local netword 172.16.0.0/16. This Bind9 DNS service works fine and resides on 172.16.0.4. It serves names in the domain "mydomain.mak" correctly to all ...
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How do I set up openshift’s bind correctly

I have set up an instance of redhat’s Openshift origin and am sometimes having troubles resolving the individual apps’ domains from the outside. I have two physical machines running, both with their ...
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What’s the difference between recursion and forwarding in bind

I’m trying to understand how bind works but have been unable to find definite information about the difference between recursive queries and “forwarding”. I’ve read that globally allowing recursive ...
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Modify DNS queries for TLD

There is an issue. They introduced new TLD ".dev" and I have internal zone "dev.companyname.com". Some internal users use short names to access hosts in this zone (i.e. they access hostname.dev ...
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Bind DNS server respond timeout

I've set up a BIND DNS server on centos 7. I've created the master zone record, it is the following: $ttl 38400 loool.ro. IN SOA ns1.loool.ro. owner.yahoo.com. ( 1421842090 ...
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Forward requests from registrar to black hole / captive portal DNS?

I have a number of domains that that I would like to set to change the nameserver for to rewrite.mydomain.org. The goal is to have any domain names with this nameserver be routed to a specific Apache ...
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Why is my dns server being queried for domains that I don't host?

I installed dnstop to monitor my nameserver running bind9 and was surprised to see it being queried for other domains that I don't host. I am just wondering if this is normal behaviour, or have I ...
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Can BIND alter a response based on requesting IP address?

Hello Serverfault, I work for a hospital who set up their network using 192.168.0.0/23 (before I arrived). We are wanting to have laptops and mobile clients connect from remote locations using VPN, ...
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Subdomains are not resolving [closed]

I have an Ubuntu+Virtualmin server with multiple sites on board. Sites are working fine but for some reason "www." and other subdomains are not resolving. My server IP is 107.170.xxx.xx. If I add ...
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bind dig no answer for www

I'm trying to set up a domain. It works for vumila.com, but not with www.vumila.com. Here are my files: db.vumila.com: $TTL 3h @ IN SOA ns1.vumila.com. admin.vumila.com. ( ...
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How do I restrict the domain name for reverse DNS updates with bind and nsupdate?

I've set up Bind to allow hosts to update only their own DNS entries, but I'm having trouble with the reverse DNS portion of this. My configuration is as follows: named.conf options { listen-on ...
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`<domain> has no MX record` even though it's configured

I'm trying to set up a mailserver, but I'm stuck with configuring bind. I set the forwarders in /etc/bind/named.conf.options options { directory "/var/cache/bind"; forwarders { ...
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Understand the TTL in DNS zone SOA record

Lets say I create a reverse zone-file for 192.0.2.0/24 network in my DNS server and my DNS server will be the authoritative for reverse-zone 2.0.192.in-addr.arpa. In this reverse zone-file I create ...
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Finding BIND Queries Per Month

I need to find out the number of queries that my BIND server is handling a month. I have dumped the stats out to named.stats, but I am having problems understanding it. How can I find out what time ...
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How to have resolvconf -u not put 127.0.01 in resolv.conf

I have an Ubuntu server running Bind9, which does not do recursion. I also don't want to use it for any kind of local DNS, because it may not reflect what the outside world sees (getting stale ...
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BIND Delegation to primary AD site only [closed]

First-question, be nice please. On a physically distributed internal network we have BIND running our top level DNS at our primary site, with Active Directory serving a single subdomain locally AND ...
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BIND logging to find “resolved address”

Currently my logging is set up like this : logging { channel query_log { file "/var/log/named/query.log"; severity info; }; category queries { query_log; }; Which results in: client ...
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Bind9 Zone with own dns forwarder

Installed bind9 on my server to forward 1 domain to another DNS server Client -> Vps bind9 server -> www.facebook.com must be resolved by dns 8.8.8.8 (GoogleDNS). All other websites must be resolved ...
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ipv6 address assignment via local server from isp assigned block

I have been looking around and found the information confusing as best. Is there a way to have a server "recieve" the /64 ipv6 block from the isp and then use dhcp or something to assign it out to ...
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Point subdomain to VPS

I would like to setup a subdomain on my VPS. I have read a tutorial(http://crm.vpscheap.net/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=10), but I think it isn't for subdomains. This section ...
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named can not find a certain domain

I have setup named in chroot and it has been working for some days. Now it does not find a certain domain's IP: # dig arstechnica.com ; <<>> DiG 9.8.2rc1-RedHat-9.8.2-0.30.rc1.el6_6.1 ...
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Bind views match-client from zone delegation

i've a problem with views using Bind9. I've a Microsoft DNS server with a domain "example.com" configurated to delegate the sub-domain "ds.example.com" to Bind DNS Server. In the Bind server i've ...
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How to specify a DNS Slave server, that is on a different domain, in the appropriate zone file on the master naming server?

I am unsure if my question makes sense, but I am working on configuring a DNS Master/Slave setup. We currently have two domains. For privacy purposes, I will use "example" as my domain, we have ...
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How would you setup a up an A record for any negative query?

How would I go about setting up an A record for in Bind9 for any negative queries? I want to forward our staff to an informational page if they were to visit a non existent domain. We have an internal ...
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IPv6 record will not take for rDNS

I added the following to named.conf zone "3IP6.A.B.C.ip6.arpa" { type master; file "3IP6.A.B.C.ip6.arpa"; allow-update { none; }; }; I then created my dns zone record called 3IP6.A.B.C.ip6.arpa ...
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bind “can't find example: SERVFAIL”

I'm trying to setup a dns server on my LAN because my router doesn't support nat reflection and I have virtualhosts which require a domain (can't be reached by IP address) running on apache. I'm not ...
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How do you load balance a forwarding only server… with no authoritive zones?

New Thought and possible answer to my Question? Would it be possible to change the root config file (the db.root with A/B/C/D/E/F/etc.ROOT-SERVERS.NET) and remove the original entries (i.e: ican ip ...
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bind not able to query some servers / domains

We have been experiencing problems with our company's DNS server when trying to resolve only certain domains, we are running BIND 9.8.2rc1-RedHat-9.8.2-0.30.rc1.el6 on a CentOS 6.5 server. We are ...
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Bind dont forward to secondary dns server as specified in “forwarders” under named.options.conf

I have bind9 setup to forward dns queries to machines connected localy trough the 192.168.1/24 network. The ip's that I forward the queries to are also my internet gateways. Sometimes one of the ...
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Performance-wise, is a DNS Slave better to have than two duplicate Masters?

I have two bind9 servers that are not setup with duplicate settings and know nothing about each other. Our CPU usage is sitting around 7% - 10%: mostly bind, which I believe is perfectly in range for ...
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Iptables doesn't open port 53 [closed]

I have been trying different ways of opening the port but for some reason doesn't work. The last set of lines that I have used is as follows: iptables -I OUTPUT -p udp --dport 53 -m state --state ...
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setting up DANE fails, error with “could not get cert chain from ssl”

I successfully setup DNSSEC and enabled it on my domain. I'd love to make use of my DANE. I created a standard self signed certificate openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:4096 -keyout key.pem -out cert.pem ...
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my sub domains vanish with time

I have a server running bind9. When the propagation is done and i ping domain.tld i get xx.xx.xx.xx (where xx.xx.xx.xx is the server IP), if i ping test.domain.tld i get xx.xx.xx.xx, at this point ...