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Split DNS (bind9), match-clients any doesn't work?

I've been fighting with this for the last few days. A few of my entries have external and internal IP's. My internal network is 10.0.0.0/8. When I nslookup pc1.clase.net internally it responds with ...
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CHROOT : Unable to view mounted directories

I posted a question on stack overflow, but I was told that my question was more relevant to this section so I thought I'd repost it here. Here is a quick description of what I have done: I have a ...
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Cannot install BIND dns with yum on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.1

I am currently using Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.1 to use for Oracle RAC. However I am stuck at installing BIND (DNS Server) at the VM I've set up. I've used the following command: yum install ...
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unable to start named service

Whenever I try to run the named service, I get the following even though my permissions and folder ownership is all fine: [root@f13 ~]# service named start Starting named: Error in named ...
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TCP buffers keep filling up (Recv-Q full): named unresponsive

Using netstat -an, I set the message that the Recv-Q is full. It is filling up to the rmem_max: Active Internet connections (servers and established) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address ...
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BIND9 as a DNS server refuses requests

I am trying to set up a DNS server on Amazon Linux using BIND9. It has to act as a master nameserver for a lot of domains. I am going desperate... I have imported all of the DNS zone files using ...
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configuration to listen-on different depending on the domain asked

I want to configure bind such that the host served differ depending on the domain asked. the use case is the following: it must respond to anyone if the requested domain is in the domain my server is ...
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named starts but doesn't answer until reboot

I have a current arch linux arm running on raspberry-pi and bind 9.9.4.P2-1 from the community repository. I'm using this bind as a slave-nameserver for our internal network. I have enabled named ...
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PID file /var/run/named/named.pid not readable (yet?) after start

Feb 24 15:54:34 ns1 named[20308]: all zones loaded Feb 24 15:54:34 ns1 named[20308]: running Feb 24 15:54:34 ns1 systemd[1]: PID file /var/run/named/named.pid not readable (yet?) after start. Feb 24 ...
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Configuring ssh fingerprints on dns to replace known_hosts fails

The SSHFP records were generated on the ssh server as follows and then added to the zone in bind: $ ssh-keygen -r www.test.us. www.test.us. IN SSHFP 1 1 ad04dfaf343a93beeb939eed1612168f7eadbed7 ...
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zone delegation in Bind

I have a lot of zones defined in my DNS server. I need to delegate one particular zone to a foreign DNS server and I don't have access to my domain-registrar control panel, currently. Is there a way ...
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Bind mount - unable to delete files to trash

I'm trying to set up shared home directory for two Linux installations and thus I'm using bind-mounts. My user is named dbz and his home directory is /home/dbz. I also have shared directory ...
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Bind9 — How to find which programs are making which dns lookups?

Using bind9 on a laptop shows lots of nonsense domains when network connectivity is down: Oct 18 19:56:18 lap3 named[1536]: error (network unreachable) resolving './NS/IN': 128.63.2.53#53 Oct 18 ...
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Third level domains [duplicate]

I have a linux computer accessible from the internet and I have registered a free dynamic DNS service, let's say its address on the internet is xx.yy.com. On this computer I have two processes ...
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In Debian 7, which user does bind9 use to start the daemon?

I have a Debian 7 and a default installation of bind9, I manually changed permission of /etc/bind/named.conf to 000 and remove -u bind flag from /etc/default/bind9 just to see what happens. As far as ...
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Socket connect to a ports bound to IP vs localhost

It is my understanding that sockets bound to ports using localhost will not be visible to the subnet because the binding is not with the nic IP address. Local processes connecting to such port will ...
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How to print a Bind10 cache dump?

How can you print the current state of the bind10 cache? I searched the bind10 manual and tried to figure it out using bindctl.
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bind9 problem with mail server address

I had installed postfix but since I didn't needed it anymore I removed it. So now the dns is broken and every time I type localhost:8080 in my address bar the browser redirects me to ...
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Sandbox alike solution for linux

I wonder if there is a kind of a sandboxing solution for linux, sometimes there is more than one app that is candidate to solve my problems, in that case I want to try all of them to get the one which ...
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How can you run a script triggered by a joystick input?

I'm using a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian to power my arcade cabinet. I want to shut the Pi down using the sudo poweroff command without using the keyboard. I'm thinking the best way would be to ...
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Local DNS Server Refuses to Ask itself for DNS

I am running Debian 7 and have set up a DHCP and DNS server. Everything is working nicely, except for the server itself not following the DNS entries in BIND. The problem is that /etc/resolv.conf is ...
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How to allow recursion for only 1 zone?

Is it possible to allow recursion for a single zone in BIND 9.6?
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One non-root user run jetty by port 512 which less that port1024

Customer asks us to create a non-root user to run our web system which bind port 512, less than 1024. When web server(jetty) runs, this is the exception: 2013-10-16 14:49:51.406:WARN::failed ...
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/var/named/chroot/var/named: device is busy

When I restart the named service, it gives me this error: ./etc/init.d/named restart Stopping named: [ OK ] Starting named: Error in named ...
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How can I use an ACL in BIND to forward requests per zone selectively?

I have some zones declared internally as forwards to another DNS, but there is a hefty amount of IP space we do not want to be forwarded in this manner for these zones. These forwards are for very ...
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Does wildcarding significantly hurt BIND Performance?

I have enabled RPZ on my BIND 9.9.4 DNS server and I wanted to be able to wildcard some records in my RPZ zone, but I am afraid of the performance hit this might cause. Does anyone out there have some ...
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bind9named binary missing - not starting

I have just compiles and installed BIND 9.9.1-P1 on Debian 6.0 as the version in the repositories is too old for Samba4, and am getting the said error. I have been looking for source for named, but ...
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Force local DNS resolution for external hosts

My Environment: *OS:* Angstrom Linux DNS: Bind Current Scenario: User connects to my private offline network. User tries to access google.com, and my box is on a private network therefore they ...
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DNS zone fallback file

I have the following DNS zone(bind): zone "." IN { type master; file "named.root"; }; If this zone directive cannot resolve the address, how can I "fallback" to another file for the same ...
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install BIND9 AS A source RPMs

I want to install BIND9 with its source code on Linux (CentOS 6.3), we know by using yum install bind* we don't get the source code, we get only the binary files. Can anybody explain to me how to ...
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When to use BIND vs internal DNS for Samba 4 backend

The docs say, "Bind as DNS backend is recommended, if you plan setup a complexer DNS setup, than the Samba 4 internal DNS currently made possible." What exactly is the threshold for "a complexer DNS ...
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How to host a website on personal computer

I want to start hosting my website at my own computer as well websites of my friends too (say mini hosting platform). I learned Debian, Bind9 and Apache for this purpose. On my system everything is ...
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How to attach my domain with bind in real www

How to attach my domain with bind in real wwwI install bind9, with apache. By God's very grace every thing went smooth. my dig, host, nslookup and ping provide this info: my system ip address: ...
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bind9: client update denied

I've a bind9.7.3 running on Debian squeeze. I've configured a zone to accept dynamic update using a key: (I've replaced the key and the actual domain names ...) key "yme" { algorithm ...
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binding ip address to hostname

I just registered a domain name and paid for hosting with CentOS and I found that I had to do the binding myself following the lengthy steps http://www.linux-sxs.org/internet_serving/bind9.html I was ...
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$ORIGIN directive in IPv6 zone files

I have often seen similar BIND zone files: $ORIGIN 2.0.3.0.8.b.d.0.1.0.0.2.ip6.arpa. $TTL 604800 @ IN SOA ns1.example.org. hostmaster.example.org. ( 1978022513 ; Serial 10800 ...
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Managing (Dynamic) DNS Zone Files with Puppet (Solved)

I'm running a Debian 7.0 (Wheezy) server and I have a dynamic DNS setup wherein my clients make DHCP requests and the DHCP server updates the DNS zone files with whatever IP was assigned to each ...
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Looking up a local domain name without specifying the local DNS server

I've set up a local domain name by creating a zone (by following the steps in this tutorial). Why I look the domain using dig, I get the right results when using the following command: dig ...
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Bind DNS rate-limit and values for responses-per-second and window

In my DNS server's named.conf I see rate-limit { responses-per-second 5; window 5; }; What does this actually mean? And can it cause DNS clients problems? Is this ...
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Can't get BIND and NS to work properly [closed]

I just got myself an unmanaged Dedicated VPS from OVH and I don't have a prior experience of setting up servers or DNS servers but I followed a couple of tuts and installed webmin and created NS Zones ...
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centos 6, hostname won't resolve, dns issue, loop detected

I've searched everywhere and tried all the suggestions that I've seen, but I just can't get this to work now (it was working before). This is the first time I've ever installed a test server that I ...
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include a binded folder for each new users created

In a nutshell, my ftp server consists of 2 folders for each individual users. so john has this on his directory /home +/john +/pub <-- binded to /var/ftp +/private my public folder ...
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How to bind ppp0 interface (PPTP VPN) as 'external' in proxy server?

I'm trying to bind ppp0 interface (PPTP VPN) as 'external' interface in proxy server (Tinyproxy). Unfortunately it does not work. Using route add -net default gw 10.9.0.1 I can make all the traffic ...
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I want to expose “easy” URL's for machines on a home network. Is custom DNS/BIND the answer?

I recently convinced my room mates to cut the cord and go cable free, and they've found it pretty great so far. I'm in the process of setting up a pretty sweet, mostly automated home theater setup ...
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Is it possible to bind a shell script to a key press [duplicate]

I used xev to find the key code for fn-f5 and came up with a little script to toggle the bluetooth on or off. My question is whether it's possible to bind fn-f5 (keycode 246) to my shell script ...
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“Fake” DNS for a single host

I am running a bind9 dns server at my home network, serving for all my internal servers in my domain local / 192.168.x.x - one of those, extweb.local 192.168.1.33 is also visible from the internet as ...
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Unabled to get rid of BIND 9 chroot

I had installed bind-chroot from yum not long ago, and saw that there were errors in the daily logs from named. Under further investigation, I noticed a directory loop. The named files resided under ...
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In a recursive dns query what happens ttl = 0?

in name resolution (current version of bind), what happens when a recursive answer reaches ttl 0 on the return trip?
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BIND server doesn't recognize my zone properly

I'm pretty new to BIND so I was hoping maybe someone can help me understand why I can't resolve. What is wrong? named.conf options { listen-on port 53 { localhost; 10.30.0.10; }; ...
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Change/Create permissions for a folder

How can I create (if the folder is new) or change (if the folder was already existent) permissions for a folder? In particular, I want to create a subdirectory in /etc/bind/ where I can put the ...