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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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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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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Unable to bind OSX 10.9 to Active Directory 2008

I am struggling to bind OSX 10.9 to a 2008 r2 Active Directory. I can join the domain fine when I boot into Windows from the same machine. From OSX I can find the domain controller successfully and ...
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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 ...
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How can I use a Linux BIND DNS server for my Active Directory forest?

I am trying to setup an Active Directory forest that uses a Linux BIND server for DNS. The goal is that the Domain Controller (DC) to be able to make entries in the /etc/bind/db.foresta.net file from ...
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Failover web hosting with multiple NS

Are there any drawbacks in having each nameserver entry in a domain name point to different failover server? In this setup, the same DNS server will also serve the content - so if it's down, the ...
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EC2 DNS not resolving hostname to internal IP

I already posted this on the AWS forums without success (https://forums.aws.amazon.com/message.jspa?messageID=502441). I'm wondering if I'll be more lucky here. We have an internal DNS setup that ...
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Bind 9.3 cache-only mode with authoritative name server

I have bind 9.3 up and running which is designed as a cache-only to get queries from other resources and then cache them to serve clients internally, now I setup my own zone because this is also a web ...
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Setting up bind9 9.7.3 logging: no size limitation, no file swapping

bind is configured to limit the log file size to 2m and to add up to 3 versions of the log files. During the testing of this bind server, is has occured that bind does not stop logging if the file ...
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BIND seems to ignore glue records

We have a problem with some caching nameservers running BIND on CentOS in that they appear to be acting incorrectly and not properly handling the 'Additional Records' which contain the glue records. ...
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How to properly configure BIND forward zone for an internal DNS server?

I have: internal DNS server ns1.internal with IP 192.168.0.4. external DNS server with an external TLD mydns.example.com and internal IP 192.168.0.5. It's accessible both from the Internet and from ...
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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 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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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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bind-sdb does not query for wildcard entry

I have successfully set up Bild with LDAP on a Fedora VM. The Problem is, bind-sdb simply does not query wildcard entries. When I do: nslookup doesnotexist.example.com. 127.0.0.1 The LDAP server ...
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BIND/Linux limiting concurrent UDP connections

I'm seeing an issue where the number of concurrent UDP connections to BIND appears to be getting limited. I've previously increased recursive-clients in named.conf and I've increased the socket limit ...
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Bind9 External Reverse Lookup DNS Problems

I have a problem with a group of bind9 DNS servers running on Centos 5.10 The servers are on an internal network and are NATed from the internet facing network architecture to allow external ...
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Windows 2012 Master & Ubuntu Bind 9 Slave & SOA

I'm kinda like the maid... I don't do Windows. But thanks to new things we're implementing, I'm now attempting replicating a single zone from our AD cluster. We had this working just fine but ...
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Woes with named/bind and forwarding zones

I'm sadly restricted to a very old version of bind (9.4.2) This is the think. If I setup bind with a named.conf and only forwarding it works perfect. acl clients { any ; }; options { ...
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BIND session key

When I restart or start my BIND DNS server, I'm getting the following in the /var/log/messages log file. Jan 26 07:50:30 dev named[306]: could not create /jail/bind-9.9.4-P2/var/run/named/session.key ...
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How to make BIND return old cached enties if all forwarders are failed?

I have a local forwarding BIND server installed at localhost. In its configuration there is a couple of forwarders: options { ... forwarders { 1.2.3.4; 5.6.7.8; }; ... }; Servers which are pointed ...
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Reply a default ip from dns server when network is disconnected

I'm using Bind9(9.9.3) as domain name server, and using "redirect" type to return an ip when resolving a non-existence domain name. But it fails when the internet connection is down. Is there a way ...
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Internal-only DNS Master and Slave Servers on Linux (No Internet) - Recursion?

Using two physical Linux servers on different sub-nets, I'd like to have master and slave DNS servers. These DNS servers will only resolve internal names and addresses. Neither the DNS servers nor ...
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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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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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Bind9: Resolve internally then externally

My DNS is running in a split DNS scenario. Both publically and internally we have the same domain. Lets call it test.com When an internal user goes to test.com they get a different response to the ...
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BIND caches ENUM NAPTR records irrespective of TTL 0

I am using BIND 9.6 to enable my application to act as a ENUM server. The ENUM server performs routing and responds to ENUM NAPTR records. The NAPTR responses are sent with a TTL zero without any ...
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BIND: forward 1st level zone

First of all: sorry for the language, English is not my primary language. I have star-like DNS structure with many filials (more that 2): ^ ...
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Bind with openDNS forwarder fails to resolve some local domains

I have a local DNS server set up for my network, which is set up to resolve local machines and forward anything non-local up the chain. Some of the definitions single depth subdomains, e.g. time ...
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DNS Server using bind on CentOS - does not resolve

I am trying to setup a DNS for a standard lan zone. I have now read every bit of info available but still the DNS server does not resolve with nslookup or dig e.g. "nslookup router.local.lan" => ** ...
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Ubuntu 11.04 and bind 9 not connecting from external hosts

I'm trying to set up an authoritative DNS server with bind9 (9.7.3) on Ubuntu 11.04 and I am encountering some problems. External problem When trying to check my DNS configuration with the ...
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BIND - connection timed out; no servers could be reached - default query to a domain

I have a bind server which, when you query it this way (from localhost, obviously) : host nomachinehasthisname 127.0.0.1 replies : ;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached It throws ...
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named responding recursive on norecurse queries

I have a server on which named is running. It is intercepted with another named server which it is not aware of. Querying the first named server results in timeouts. The server tries to resolve the ...
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DNS lookup failure while configuration is okay

I have configured my DNS using OpenPanel and it didn't report any errors. It just adds a DNS config file which is included /etc/bind/named.conf. When I do named-checkconf /etc/bind/named.conf ...
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No names resolve in new BIND installation - wondering if issue is that BIND cannot resolve the NS

When I configure a new domain using Webmin/BIND, I am asked for a Master Server. Webmin fills this value automatically with the hostname of my box. However, this hostname is made up and there is no ...
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PowerDNS: multiple supermasters and transfering domain

I've got a setup with multiple supermasters (bind) and multiple superslaves (pdns). It all seems to work just fine, pdns is being updated when I'm adding or changing a domain. But, when I want to ...
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Can Squid be configured to use the incoming IP address as the outgoing Address if multiple IPs are used on the server?

At the moment I have to define rules for all local ips like this: acl ip1 localip 1.1.1.1/32 tcp_outgoing_address 1.1.1.1 ip1 acl ip2 localip 2.2.2.2/32 tcp_outgoing_address 2.2.2.2 ip2 acl ip3 ...
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Subdomain setup on a Centos server, using BIND and Lighttpd (Vhosts)

I'm kinda at my wits end here. I'm trying to setup a subdomain on my host on a network. My computer is ged12345.dev.example.internal on an internal network. This works fine, but I'm trying to setup a ...
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issues with dnssec master/slave configuration

I am trying to configure DNSSEC as a master/slave. Following signing the zone and uploading the DS record to my provider, I am able to see what appears to be the proper output from dnssec-verify ...
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Samba4 and BIND9_DLZ - static records with samba_dnsupdate dynamic dlz

I have some records in bind for my DNS zone. Now I want to configure Samba4 Active Directory which wants to add some dynamic records into my zone. So I include /var/lib/samba/private/named.conf in my ...
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rndc fails to add zone, bind99 freebsd

I solved all rndc key errors and appear to perform most functions but when testing the addzone feature I am getting this error while trying to use rndc to add a fresh new zone -> rndc addzone ...
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ISC BIND 9 not answering IPv6 queries

My ISC BIND 9.9.6 server is not answering IPv6 queries. I've done dig @::1 mydomain.org on the server itself and it times out. I've also done it using IPv6 DNS tools and everything fails. I do have ...
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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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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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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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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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`<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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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 ...