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Is the masters configuration on BIND9 slave stansa limited to 10 IPs?

In the book "DNS and BIND" 5th Edition, it says in the Multiple Master Servers section Are there other ways to make your slave nameserver's configuration more robust? Yes -- you can specify up to ...
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There is any difference between this zone syntax?

I'd like to build bind zone files via Ansible. To decide how to structure the jinja2 template I need to know if there is any difference in any of these zone configurations: 1.) good old fashioned way:...
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Bind - Configure different Forwarders only for Specific Domains CDNs (eg. Wetransfer, Cloudflare, Amazon AWS)

INTRO I've setup a linux box where there's a BIND that serves me as a local dns. Basically by taking advantage of RPZ I can restrict some hosts and at same time with DNSCRYPT I forward everything to ...
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How to configure bind9 to iteratively resolve recursive requests, starting with a dns root server?

I would like to know how to configure bind9 to resolve all DNS requests given to it iteratively starting with a root server. My goal with this is to set up bind9 as a dns resolver in my local ...
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Host command successful but DNS won't resolve

I'm trying to complete the setup of my Bind9 DNS server. Both Systems are running Debian Stretch. The serving machine (192.168.0.113) is a VM host and the client machine (192.168.0.104) is its ...
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How do I view the DDNS leases from BIND9 and DHCP server?

How do I view the DDNS leases from BIND9 and DHCP server? I have set up isc-dhcp-server updating leases with a fixed IP address from /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf to BIND9 zone and reverse zone. This command ...
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configure same domain name as external in bind

I want to configure local domain zone in bind9 like "example.com" for local lan to add some hosts only. but if I configure that I am unable to connect to "example.com" which is public registered ...
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What is the difference between localhost and localnets in named configuration

Reading about acl statement in bind's ARM found the following: localnets: "Matches any host on an IPv4 or IPv6 network for which the system has an interface. When addresses are added or removed, the ...
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BIND9: DNS resolves sometimes (!) take very long or don't work at all

I have a BIND 9.9.5-9+deb8u8-Raspbian DNS server running on a RPi3 in my network. It is - for everything that's not my home-zone - configured as a "forward only" with the forwarders "{ 8.8.8.8; 8.8.4....
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How do I assign a separate DNS answer to a port or also to an internal subdomain?

Fun with DNS: Example 1: How to join the party? party.com resolves to an externally hosted web site, but fun.party.com needs to be able to reach a different server, this one is local at 10.0.2.50, ...
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BIND: resolv anything not local to 127.0.0.1

is there anyway to get bind9 to resolve anything not known by it's own local config files to "127.0.0.1"?
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PowerDNS returning ServFail for all requests

I have been working to get PowerDNS running on CentOS 7 x64 that is up to date. Followed this guide for everything except Nginx because I am using Apache: https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/install-...
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Please explain to me named.stats file

I don't quite understand BIND9's statistics file named.stats. Couple of things: 1.) +++ Statistics Dump +++ (1453303803) - what does it mean? Is it when the file was created? And One and half billion ...
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postfix log messages: RBL lookup error: Host or domain name not found

I'm finding quite a few of these types of messages in my postfix log: 17:40:55 smtpd: warning: 34.77.82.185.b.barracudacentral.org: RBL lookup error: Host or domain name not found. Name service error ...
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Does bind depends on system DNS settings for lookup?

My understand of bind in handling non-authoritative queries is: forward mode. It just forward the client queries to an upstream DNS server, which is defined in "forwarders" directive. recursive mode. ...
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Bind not working as expected. Possible misconfiguration

I have two Raspberry Pis with me - one works as a media player, another as a home server (I call it plug). In the plug I have installed a couple of applications that has web interfaces - SickBeard (...
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How to return multiple DNS A records in a specific order using bind9?

I have a bind9 testing environment in Debian wheezy that I am trying to set up two A records that are returned in a fixed order. In my named.conf.options file I have the following configuration: ...
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BIND as a Private Network DNS Server - Getting REFUSED

I've setup named to act as a local dynamic dns server on my private network with dhcpd. All is working. The only thing that bugs me is that I'm getting REFUSED when querying hostname that doesn't ...