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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Resolve DNS Misconfiguration abuse complaint

Today i received a abuse complaint about my dns server. Translation courtesy of Froggiz Hi, The CERT-FR has been informed by one of his partner that one or more domain name server (DNS) ...
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DNS resolution speed

I'm trying to speed up my webpage load time in distant locations. My server is located in Germany and I installed the second one in LA, CA. Then I configured BIND to return LA IP for clients from ...
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Need some explanation about BIND9 cache

Cache of BIND is kinda of a "Black hole" for me. I know about TTL and that it can be overridden. I know that there's a way to dump cache into a file that could be viewed in a text editor. But, still, ...
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Correct way to configure similar prefixes for 2 A records / servers in BIND file?

My domain provider's config tool doesn't seem to support what I'm trying to do and I'm unsure of the proper BIND syntax for the below - any pointers appreciated! I've got separate physical production ...
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bind: “nsupdate -l” failed with status “update failed: REFUSED”

I just switched to bind 9.9.5 dynamic DNS feature with semi-automatic manage of DNSSEC entries, the whole process went good and my zone files were updated well, but now I can't update or add entries ...
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DHCP failover/DNS not working when primary server is offline

In a VMware environment we deploy daily many new virtual hosts and for this we need a failover DHCP/DNS. Based of CentOS 7 I setup two virtual hosts as failover DHCP and dynamic DNS (dns01/dns02). I ...
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BIND9 logging gets too verbose (too chatty) for my taste

I've configured logging in my BIND9 server and I have 2 log files: 1) debug.log; 2) query.log. The second one is Okay. No complaints so far. But the first one is too verbose (too chatty) for me. Like ...
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Bind9 MUST be restarted for DNS server to work on every restart [closed]

I followed this very nice tutorial to make my first DNS server on Debian Jessie (on my Raspberry Pi). It seems to have worked fine. I can ping: ping myhostname.mydomain and it works fine. The ...
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Root hints in Ubuntu

I've checked the /etc/bind/db.root text file and all the root name server IPs are current (I've checked the IPs one by one). So BIND9 reads this file and knows how to find root servers. The output of ...
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The right way to set up master and slave nameservers

I'm wondering about the proper way to set up a master and slave DNS. I read somewhere that your master DNS server should not have an NS record in your zone file - that's sort of secret and then your ...
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Why are my MX records not being found and working [closed]

Ok I have been racking my brain for hours and have read every article I can find about MX records. I am just not sure why mine have stopped working. Here are my current MX records: Domain ...
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How to deal with growing BIND9 log files

My DNS server's logs are the text files that growing too fast and one of them is already over 30 MB in size. I didn't set up the max. file sizes. I would prefer just to manually delete the lines ...
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Allow recursive bind9 queries only for forwarded zone

My situation is as follows: On a VPS, I want to run multiple DNS seeders for cryptocurrencies. These are a custom application that run a "fake" DNS server that answers A queries with known IP ...
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Is it possible to split a domain using dns Bind9

I have a domain (example.com) that the hosts are split in several different networks/places. Most of these hosts are hosted in our office. What i am trying to do is configure a zone that resolves ...
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Is answering a DNS Query to “local” or “home” with no answer section correct?

We're running a private recursive DNS (bind 9.10.3) for a small group of people outside our network to speed-up their browsing speed. I've noticed recently that our server is answering queries with ...
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how to configure the internal dns?

System:centos 6.5 , bind version:bind-9.8.2-0.17.rc1.el6_4.6.x86_64 I must set up an internal dns , i am not geek new for network jobs so sorry for if it is an idiot question. My centos system cannot ...
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DiG 9.9.5-3ubuntu0.5-Ubuntu status refused

Just upgraded my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS system to 14.04 LTS and now the bind9 / DNS system does not work properly anymore. dig google.de ; <<>> DiG 9.9.5-3ubuntu0.5-Ubuntu <<>> ...
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Bind DNS server not responding to any requests

I'm running bind on a CentOS 6.7 VPS, but I can't manage to make it respond to requests. I'm not sure, but I'm kinda suspecting some conflicts between m and loopback interfaces. Here is my ifconfig: ...
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Iodine behind BIND9

I have a server which hosts a domain and two my own nameservers for the domain. Everything works fine. Now I want to setup Iodine. For the nameserves I use BIND. I have read and did everything on the ...
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How to create new zones on a slave dns server automatically when new zones are added to the master dns server?

For a long time I have used a single dns server. Now I want to create a secondary dns server to use as backup. I can create slave zones manually for all my domains and they get updated correctly. But ...
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DNS not working in OVH VPS [closed]

Hello I tried to connect my domain fumesy.com with my VPS. I bought domain from namesilo. When I try to point it to the DNS I have (vps208704.ovh.net and sdns2.ovh.net) I receive a error: This is ...
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nsupdate for Windows with GSSAPI

I'm looking for solution how to use nsupdate from BIND utils with Kerberos in Windows environment. In Linux I have same utils compiled with GSSAPI support, but in Windows I unfortunately don't know ...
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Can not make rollerd sign zone DNSSEC

I am trying to setup a DNSSEC-server with BIND 9.8.1. I followed the tutorial at https://www.howtoforge.com/configuring-dnssec-on-bind9-9.7.3-on-debian-squeeze-ubuntu-11.10 Everything seems to work ...
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How to configure Bind9 as forwarder only?

I need to configure a DNS forwarder server and so far I've stumped over this tutorial. See the config below. My issue is that I don't want to block clients(i.e. goodclients) from accessing the server ...
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Does PTR record format affect the reputation of the mail server

I wanted to know if the format of PTR record effect the reputation of the mail server for example:- Exmaple:-1 dig -X 162.254.148.198 (this ip belongs to mail.setopati.com) ;; ANSWER SECTION: ...
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/var/log/messages named network unreachable. Looks like a security issue

I'm wondering if there is a security breach on my server. I was previewing the /var/log/messages file and I've been receiving a lot logging in and out and then some messages about "network unreachable ...
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Configuring BIND as nameserver -> pingdom error

I've installed Webmin + Virtualmin on my CentOS 7 server, I'm hosting multiple sites but I would like to use the server as my nameserver for all my domains. I'll try to be as precise as I can in ...
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Why bind is slowly than public dns providers

We have bind 9.8.1.dfsg.P1-4ubuntu0.13 in ubuntu 12.04, which is running on not heavily loaded server (load average: 0.19, 0.12, 0.13) and serving requests for small office network with macos and ...
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DNS-SD only discovering services correctly after dig -t any

I have several DNS servers configured for DNS-SD. I am able to register services without issue, however when I try to browse I get errors. I have been testing using dig: Browsing a local or remote ...
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GLUE Records inconsistences [duplicate]

I have configured a DNS server into a vultr VPS in order to be authoritive for my goddady domain example.com This is the current configuration of my DNS zone: ; DNS Servers @ IN ...
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Bind DNS - Allow Recursion from Mobile Clients

I'm not quite sure how exactly to phrase what it is I need, which makes searching challenging. :) Basically I've got Bind DNS running on RackSpace instances and I want to set named up so that any of ...
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Bind DNS Recursion Slow

We have just setup a recursive DNS server using the latest stable release of Bind 9.10 We are finding that recursive DNS lookups are quite slow. Anywhere from 1 - 3 seconds. Once the lookup is in ...
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DNS Slave server default limits on transfers?

We have a slave dns server that has been working fine for 2 years. Today we got reached over 100 zones and the slave gives us this error message on the last 2 domains Sep 15 20:27:19 ns1 named[992]: ...
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binding range of IPs in Centos, not working

I'm trying to bind 8 x /24 subnets in Centos. I set up the usual primary in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcg-eth0 for the default /29 assigned to the box. All good, I'm in ssh fine. Now, I'm ...
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Limit negative cache timeout on dns bind 9? (dig +trace works, otherwise couple seconds delay & timeout)

I've experienced an issue where dig a.example.com (which uses local BIND 9.2.4) fails for a particular A record. connection timed out; no servers could be reached after a couple seconds delay. The ...
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Reverse DNS in bind 9 failed and VPS

My Ip address is 1.2.3.4 (single ip for mail and dns server) and my domain name is example.com, I use Centos 7 and bind 9 output of command: `host 1.2.3.4` is: `Host 4.3.2.1.in-addr.arpa. not ...
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BIND9 denying queries from IPs outsite localnet (External IPs) on Ubuntu

BIND9 denying queries from IPs outsite localnet (External IPs) on Ubuntu. options { listen-on port 53 { any; }; directory "/var/bind"; allow-query ...
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Configure bind9 to log dns query result using a forwarder

I'm setting up bind9 to act as a dns server but it then forward all request to, say google dns at 8.8.8.8. I would like bind9 to dump all queries as well as the result to log file. But currently ...
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named is not resolving without resolv.conf

I have next files /etc/named.conf options { listen-on port 53 { 10.11.22.16; }; directory "/var/named"; dump-file "/var/named/data/cache_dump.db"; statistics-file ...
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Ping don't resolve www.domain.gob.sv but it does resolve domain.gob.sv on server

I've been with this WEIRD problem on my server. I've been setup a DNS server (BIND) for two domains, but somehow in one of them do not resolve with www. I tried with CNAME an A record with no luck. ...
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Service named failed to start [closed]

Service named (DNS/Bind) is failing to start. What am I doing wrong? I think it has to do with my 155.100.198.in-addr.arpa file, but I can't see my error. I am getting the following errors: zone ...
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Run a dns cache or local server to reduce unknown host errors?

Our company runs lots of applications which rely on the network for several operations (email sending, file downloading, etc). We ofter get errors like UnknownHostException, which break some business ...
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safely restart / reload bind dns

I have a old bind dns server (linux centos5.5 with bind 9.3.6) with 2000+ zone files. Whenever any change is done in any file the dns is restarted. I guess a reload must be sufficient though. ...
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BIND: How to refer requests to other DNS servers in different predefined networks [duplicate]

Let's say I have two independent networks net1.local and net2.local each of which is connected to a bigger network local through a router. Each of 3 networks have their own independent DNS server. ...
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Email transmission delays between Gmail and our server

A few days ago I started setting up a mail server for our company: OS: Debian MTA: Postfix DNS: bind9 Firewall: pfSense Port forwarding for ports 25 and 53 through pfSense for passing on DNS and ...
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BIND v9.9.7, Views and includes

I have recently begun upgrading to bind 9.9.7 and have run into an unfortunate stumbling block with bind. I setup views in my environment to allow me to differentiate 4 of my zones with different IP ...
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Bind: Disabling DNS forwarder won't block resolving out-of-network names

I have disabled my local network DNS forwarder. But somehow internet names are still get resolved. Any idea how to stop this from happening?
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BIND DNS to DNSSEC Converting Forwarder

I have an internal only DNS server running on BIND 9.8.4 on Debian, this recurses and caches all queries other than internal domain (ourdomain.lan) to OpenDNS. What I am hoping to do is to have all ...
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BIND server has tons of “no valid RRSIG” errors

I have a forward-only BIND9 server running on the LAN and it logs hundreds of errors per day like: Aug 29 18:38:29 nuc named[850]: error (no valid RRSIG) resolving 'ubuntu.com/DS/IN': 75.75.75.75#53 ...
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Ubuntu Server - Configuring BIND9 and Apache to serve domain and subdomains [closed]

First off, let me apologise for a perhaps vague question. I need some pointers on how to configure the setup describe below. I'm not asking for finished configuration file, but I'm failing to piece ...