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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What would be correct setup procedure for PDNS server?

I am new to the world of DNS servers, but as a part of my current job I should do upgrade on our office network infrastructure. After looking at available options i decided to go with PowerDNS ...
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/usr/bin/host being used in HTTP DDoS on Debian? [duplicate]

So I got an abuse complaint for one of my dedicated servers, running Debian 6.0 Sure enough, sometimes, top shows /usr/bin/host using a lot of CPU for no apparent reason, and netstat shows process ...
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Domain Key Entries

More BIND DNS questions. OK, my changes the the zone files are no propagating out. Now I'm having a problem with the domain key entries I'm trying to create. I'm starting by trying to set the domain ...
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BIND9 DNS Records not Propagating

Kind of new to managing DNS via BIND. We have a setup with a master server and a slave server. I've updated the zone file on the primary name server for our domain but the changes aren't propagating ...
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Assigning LAN TLD's

Let's say that I am setting up an experiment of sorts with two or more DNS servers. These DNS servers will handle DNS requests for <domain>.lan tlds. Let's say that dns.lan points to the first ...
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Can I use BIND to restrict certain zones to a limited set of IP addresses?

I would like to have certain zones hosted by my DNS servers to be accessible internet-wide while restricting certain zones only to specific IP addresses (local or internet). Is this possible? How do I ...
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BIND9 / DNS Zone / Dedicated Server / Unique Reverse DNS

I locate a dedicated server in a datacenter with no DNS Zone setup. Datacenter panel have 1 textfield only you can fill one Reverse DNS only. According with datacenter instructions here... ...
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Large named.run file

I'm having this large named.run file sitting in my server. What I find out is that it is just a log and it is safe to delete it. Some suggest to run logrotate on it, but I was wondering if it is ...
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PowerDNS isn't working as expected (migration from bind)

I am migrating our office DNS servers to powerdns with MySQL backend. We quite often change our internal zone and therefore simple SQL query or web Ui would be much better than editing of text files ...
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DDNS resource records TTL

Where are the TTL of dynamically added records configured in bind? I have a DNS-zone with standart $TTL set to 10 minutes. When the zone is updated, the hosts added get their own TTLs that differ ...
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Bind is updating DNS with wrong resolver info after rndc flush expires

I'm running Bind 9 on a small office server (Centos 5) with a local mailserver. There's a domain we need to email - it shows wrong DNS info for the MX servers using the local bind, so an RNDC flush ...
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bind named server - forward some requests to other servers

Is there a way to make bind answer some queries but forward all other queries (of the same domain) to another server, as in: example.com A 127.0.0.1 www.example.com A 127.0.0.1 everything not on ...
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Bind9 as a caching resolver fails with mismatch ID on localhost but not external IP

I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on a machine on my private network. I have bind9 installed (v9.8.1-P1) via aptitude, so it appears to have put all the bits in the right places and the service starts ...
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DNS Lookup takes too long

I've got BIND9 DNS running on local Ubuntu machine. Used https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/dns-configuration.html to set it up. Everything works ok, but sometimes it take awhile to load, ...
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nginx tomcat bind setup with 2 hostnames pointing to the same backend

I have a local NAMED install where two domains point to the same ip alpha.dev -> 10.0.0.3 beta.dev -> 10.0.0.3 NGINX as a reverse proxy is redirecting to the backend server { ...
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My Centos 6.4 doesn't accept dns requests

I've a problem with my dns server on my new installed centos 6.4 system. I went though tutorials, try configurations of iptables but can't find a solution. I've installed bind, created a config file ...
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All subdomains were redirect to maindomain

my fresh dedicated server (ubuntu) is currently destroying a website by generating duplicate content. The bind dns server redirects all - also not existing - subdomains to the maindomain. It could be ...
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Session automatically resolving to secondary IP

I am using Debian 6 - 64-bit and this is what my /etc/network/interfaces file looks like auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address PrimaryIP gateway X.X.X.X netmask 255.255.255.0 auto ...
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Named returns empty NOERROR instead of NXDOMAIN

I have to force clients to always connect to the same IPv6 address for a demonstration. I have a similar zone: ; BIND db file for * $TTL 86400 @ IN SOA . name.surname.me. ( ...
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BIND9: How to forward to another DNS specific reverse lookup

I'm trying to fix one issue with my DNS but can't find information for how to do it. I have few separate DNS with different zones. Primary DNS handle quite good with local domanin but should also ...
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Bypass DNSSEC for local Stub zones

I am using bind 9.9.2 as a DNSSEC validating recursive resolver in an Internet DMZ. I want to point to my internal DNS servers as stub zones (ideally) or anything except slave zones (to avoid very ...
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zone has no NS records

I have a bind zone with an entry: ns NS localhost. this gives the error: "zone has no NS records" changing it to the following solves the error. @ NS localhost. ...
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slave dns: transfer of <zone> from <masterdns> failed to connect: timed out

I have a very strange problem: Status is: Master DNS is dns1.example.com Slave DNS 1: dns2.example.com Slave DNS 2: dns3.otherdomain.com Slave DNS 3: dns4.otherdomain.com dns3,4 are connected to ...
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Bind9 fails to resolve specific domain while allowing all others

I have a problem with bind9 running on Ubuntu Server 12.10. It refuses to resolve the external domain housing.org.uk even though it resolves all other external domains. I can do: dig housing.org.uk ...
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DNS forwarder and zone transfer to the same servers

I have a bind server running which is authoritative for one domain say ab.dc.example.com and it is a forward only dns server. It will forward all requests other than ab.dc.example.com to a set of ...
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Multiple DNS mappings for a host via DDNS

I have a network in which DNS is automatically updated with a record for hosts when they get an address via DHCP (isc-dhcp-server & Bind configured with DDNS updates). The DHCP server is ...
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Multiple $TTL statements in bind DNS zone file

I'm using a socks proxy to connect to servers using another application. The proxy, which runs on Solaris 10. The server hosting the proxy is configured to use our own internal DNS server (bind) to ...
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How to configure a BIND server to catch all

I have a lot of domains abc.com def.com ghi.com jkl.com Each of them are pointed to nameservers on their own domain abc.com -> ns1.abc.com ns2.abc.com def.com -> ns1.def.com ...
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Ubuntu server DNS/DHCP/MAAS woes

I've been using Ubuntu server Raring for a few weeks now. It seems to be great, but I havre a slight problem. I opted for the Metal As A service option, and now its changing my DNS records and going ...
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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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unable to setup nameserver in CentOS 5.8

I have a VPS, which I'm trying to run a website on it and I want it to act as its own nameserver too. But so far, the domain doesn't resolve. Here's what I've done so far: first of all, in my domain ...
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Configuring bind9 to forward subdomain requests to internal DNS server

I'm attempting to implement a trivial loadbalancer using a DNS server that returns a random IP for a given subdomain. I have the top level domain which is currently handled by bind9, and I'd like to ...
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BIND9 and external domain [closed]

I'm new in this forum and ... first thing first.. sorry for my english i need a little help configuring BIND9 on Ubuntu server 12.04.2 The situation is the following. => LINUX SERVER => linux ...
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can you help me setup DNS forwarding

I have a dns server in a subnet of the corporate network and i want to tell it to forward to the main dns servers when it cannot resolve this is my file: // // named.conf // // Provided by Red Hat ...
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Why is my DNS server not forwarding?

I have setup bind like this: // // named.conf // // Provided by Red Hat bind package to configure the ISC BIND named(8) DNS // server as a caching only nameserver (as a localhost DNS resolver only). ...
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Bind server working with www but not with non-www

I have just setup my VPS with centos and using bind server to add domains to it. My only problem is that when I access the domain with www. it doesnt work. After I investigated my problem on the ...
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How prevent that Bind DNS updates remove $INCLUDE directive

I have a DNS server up and running with a zone configured for my domain with the allow-update directive enabled. I have the initial configuration for the domain in the file ...
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What's wrong with my BIND setup? [closed]

So I have been trying to setup BIND / named as a primary / secondary name server for a domain name I purchased a while back because I switched my hosting plan from shared to VPS recently. I think I ...
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bind9; how to automatically refresh entry after entry expires

I am looking for a way to automatically refresh entries in my cache if it expires. For example, example.com has a TTL of 60, i would like to automatically refresh it if it expires so that when users ...
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DNSSEC key information for Bind 9

Is there a tool which allows me to view the parameters of an existing private/public key used for DNSSEC in Bind 9? I've been unable to determine simple things such as the expiration date, the ...
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rndc querylog - Can you specify log file other than messages?

When logging BIND requests using rndc querylog, the logging defaults to /var/log/messages. Is it possible to change this logging destination and specify my own log file?
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Intranet BIND server fallback to internet DNS servers?

On our local small business network, we have a need to run a intranet-only BIND (named) DNS server for only local, intranet-only addresses. For example, we do a lot of web development on the network, ...
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Nameservers not responding

I am having an issue trying to get my name servers to respond. My domain is at GoDaddy and they tell me that everything looks right on their side. But when I look at intoDNS it says my name servers ...
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DHCP-defined local DNS address isn't responding [closed]

I set up a bind DNS server on 10.0.0.2 on my network. named.conf looks like this: options { directory "/var/named"; pid-file "/run/named/named.pid"; auth-nxdomain yes; ...
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Subdomain is not resolving to ipv6

Please check below Bind DNS config for domain.com. Say ipv4 is 10.10.10.10 and ipv6 is FE80::903A:0:0:11E4. Cloudflare is used @CloudFlare A record is pointing to www.domain.com. Subdomain ...
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Global zones visible in all views

I have a BIND 9 server running, currently serving several domains. For one of these domains I would like to differentiate the answers depending of the asking IP. I know this can be done by views. But ...
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bind9, Resolve example.com but forward *.example.com to a forwarder possible?

is it possible in bind to resolve example.com with a zone but resolve all subdomains of example.com with a forwarder? If somebody knows how this can work or has some simple sample configurations i ...
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Could Not Install Nameserver

I'm a total newbei on all this DNS stuff. I installed the BIND9 ISPConfig and nginx I defined some nameservers for my account via my domain provider's panel (Natro) which is ns1.ostimdenevar.com and ...
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Load balanced nsupdate

Does anybody know how to update a load balanced DNS entry on a BIND9 server using nsupdate? Everything in DNS is setup and works, I can happily update my name server using nsupdate but I can't find ...
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zone apex, alternative to A record?

I am running a small hosting service and from time to time I have a new user using cloudflare. To use cloudflare users 1) copy the DNS zone via the cloudflare interface 2) set cloudflare ...