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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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Recursive forward a zone in BIND

I have a VPS with BIND set up. It works well for several months. Recently I want to set up another DNS program to manage foo.example.org subdomain on this VPS. I've setup these in dns.he.net: ...
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Multiple authoritative DNS server on same IPv4 address

I'd like to maintain a DNS tunnel on my self-hosted server at example.com. I also have a DNS server on it, which serves everything for example.com. I'm currently using dns2tcp for DNS tunneling, on ...
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Cache updates when migrating DNS from one provider to another

This may be a Windows DNS specific question or a general DNS best practice question - I'm not sure! We migrated our 3rd party DNS provision from provider A to provider B. I noticed that our internal ...
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how solve Recursive Queries error in intodns web site?

Please see the below link : intoDNS Web Site How can I solve Recursive Queries error! the entire error is below : Recursive Queries I could use the nameservers listed below to performe ...
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Must the authoritative DNS server for a domain allow recursion to allow CNAME records pointing to other domains?

So I've got a domain registered with Dreamhost, which apparently does not do recursive lookups, and an app on Heroku. Heroku apps are always configured to use a CNAME record to proxy.heroku.com. So: ...