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Wildcard in named.conf.local (Ubuntu/Bind)

I'have a ton of domains I want to park using the same template. I've made all neccesary changes to my nameserver. Currently, I have to add an entry to named.conf.local for each domain that I'm ...
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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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Why does the wildcard not work?

my bind config carrie IN A 192.253.253.4 *.carrie IN A 192.253.253.6 *.test.carrie IN A 192.253.253.7 execute nslookup carrie Address: 192.253.253.4 nslookup a.test.carrie ...
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Configure DNS server to return same IP for all domains

I would like to configure a nameserver that will return the same IP address ("A" record) for any arbitrary host name. For example: example.com subdomain.example.com someotherdomain.com ...
1
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1answer
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Wildcard .dev URLs on virtual machine (windows <> Ubuntu)

The past few days I'm exploring how to setup a webserver (personal usage).. I'm a programmer not a sysadmin, so it's a lot trial and error for me. What I have so far: VM Workstation Host: Windows ...
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Wildcard DNS with BIND

I'm trying to setup BIND so that it catches any and all requests made to it, and points them to a specific set of NS servers, and a specific A record. I have around 500 domains, and I'm adding new ...
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2answers
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Wildcard DNS entry to match lang subdomain

We have a website www.example.com pointing to x.x.x.1 and a system with multiples minisites all having subdomains.examples.com pointing to x.x.x.2 Basically what we have in place is a wildcard DNS ...
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Automatic subdomain wildcard for DHCP-DDNS additions?

I'm running dhcp-4.0.2 server and bind-9.6.1-P3. When a new Mac OSX DHCP client with the name "harry" connects to the network, the DHCP server gives it a lease, and adds appropriate A & PTR ...