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My local DNS don't resolv specific hostnames IP's

I've been trying to accomplish a DNS set up on my local machine using Linux and CentOS. I've been following couple of tutorials and eventually everything seemed to work but when surfing to my ...
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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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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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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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Master DNS - Windows, Slave DNS - Linux

There is a working DNS server in Windows Server 2016. I installed and configured slave DNS server in Oracle Linux 7. In windows server, I enabled BIND secondaries, and to Listen all ip addresses. ...
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Make bind dns to use external recursive dns when resolving fail

My country block some DNS servers. So main recursive DNS server for our institution fails to resolve some domains. Is it possible to use 8.8.8.8 as fallback on our DNS server in case when own ...
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several instances of bind serving same domain

I am trying to configure two DNS-servers (bind) on 2 linux-servers (server1 and server 2) acting as master for the same domain. server1 is intended as primary server and can resolve a subset of all ...
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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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How to setup DNSSEC in BIND on CentOS?

I'am searching the most simple way to setup DNSSEC in BIND using CentOS. I found a question but it's not Centos specific but it's 1000% closer to what I'm after than the entire first page on Google ...
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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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Bind DNS configuration - IPv6 LAN, netplan

My ISP has introduced IPv6 to my world and I am happy for that so I don't want to just disable it. However it has introduced some issues. My issue of the moment is that I want my LAN bind DNS to use ...
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Cannot bind a local domain name to my system

I have added a new zone to /etc/named.conf as follows: zone "mysite.local" IN { type master; file "mysite.local.zone"; allow-update { none; }; }; Also, the zone file is as follows: ;File ...
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Configure a DNS-server for a domain

In Ubuntu I'm trying to configure a DNS-server for a domain. I haven't tested it yet because I haven't got access to the virtual box yet. But I can feel that it contains problems. Can someone spot any ...
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OpenLdap 2.4 ACL

can you help me with rights for group OpenLdap 2.4? There is my slapd.conf # Allow LDAPv2 client connections. This is NOT the default. allow bind_v2 #Basic rights for authentication access to ...
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Is there a way to bind a key to a control-sequence in bash?

In my .bashrc file I'm trying to bind a custom escape-sequence key to a control-sequence. What I have is: bind -x '"\eJD0C": "^C"' And it does not execute the shell control-sequence ^C which ...
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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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Named configuration error in centos 6.9

im getting this error when i try to run /etc/init.d/named restart in my vm what should i do to resolve this issue the error output is as follows: [shan@server1 ~]$ sudo /etc/init.d/named restart ...
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Bind9 - syntax error NAPTR record

Currently I am using two DNS server, one as a master, one as a slave. Both of them are working nice. Both of them are RedHat5, the master is running the version of named: BIND 9.3.4-P1, the slave is ...
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Different DNS answers per ip using bind DNS

I need to configure bind DNS to respond different answers based on requesting IP. as an example if user request example.com from 192.168.1.10 should get 1.1.1.1 and 2nd user request example.com from ...
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BIND / old DNS entries in Google cache

Today I was presented with an interesting problem; someone changed two MX records in a DNS/BIND in a rush as a stopgap to yet another situation in two of our domains xxx1.pt and xxx2.pt. As such ...
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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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Bind9 configure part of public TLD for private network devices

Our company controls a domain called foobar.com, which is used for various public services (w.g. www.foobar.com directs to our website). The domain has public DNS records in a DNS service. We have ...
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DNS server doesn't work

I'd like to run a DNS server for studying purposes but I keep getting this error message. Could you help? (virtual machine in virtualbox: eth0 - NAT, eth1 - internal adapter) debianserver@...
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Moving up DNS domain between webhosting servers

first post over here. Until yesterday I had a virtual shop working in a VPS webhost site, but because of the quality of service it was decided to move the whole webapp to another webhost, in a ...
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reverse slave DNS server zone file not transferred

I am using amazon free tier with RHEL 7and configuring master and slave dns server. From master everything is ok, but slave I couldn't find result. Also I would like to know how can I secure my dns ...
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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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nagios plug-in for collecting DNS stats not working on RHEL server 6.7

We are trying to get the check_bind.sh script to automatically update the named.stats file. However, the file only seems to update when we run the script manually or with a cron job. We have this ...
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Network routing issue after connecting to VPN

This is how my home network is configured: Internet connects to Router. Bind runs on a dedicated home server (called plug). Router is configured to use plug as DNS servers. Till today morning ...
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CentOS DNS Server for localhost

I need install the DNS Server (BIND - CentOS 7) to work only locally. I mean, the same CentOS that has the BIND will connect/search in the DNS, any other host will 'connect' with this machine. The ...
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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 Can I Set Up DNS Server on Virtual Network w/out Internet?

I'm trying to set up a virtual network populated with 4 CentOS 7 servers for testing purposes. I have successfully configured a Kerberos server and a secondary Kerberos server. However, when it ...
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Misc file corruption freebsd 10 and dns zone file

The computer is a VPS from Vultr. They tell me that "since it is loaded into RAM and not really a drive, nothing on the host would be causing this." One particular file, my zone file, will come up ...
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Bind doesn't resolve his authoritative zones

I'm currently setting a Bind 9 server on a CentOS 7 system, but I have some kind of unexpected behavior (even though it worked great in my VM). When I want to retrieve records from the zones it is ...
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single dns server in a private network

I have a netgear wireless router, single web server , 100 clients with 192.168.0.0/24 network. I haven't Internet connection and I am not connected to outside world. Now my goal is to provide the ...
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BIND cannot map one name

I setup a BIND sever. Let domain be example.com, httpd running. There is a separate zone for aliases to another domain, different.com I setup zone file for different.com to be: am IN CNAME ...
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DNS/BIND configuration to resolve *.mail.*.outlook.com subdomains

I'm running BIND 9.3.3rc2 on a CentOS 5 system acting as an SMTP server. Until last week, I haven't had any problems with DNS or name resolution. The only problems I have resolving are with subdomains ...
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named.run file deleted but data left on disk? [duplicate]

Today I had a name-server stop resolving DNS due to the /var directory being full from the named.run cache build up. I tried removing all the files using: rm -rf name* However, although running ls ...
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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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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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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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DNS problem: no A record

Ten days ago, i installed a debian 9 stretch, at Kimsufi by OVH. i receive an email from support wich contains a problem with A record, my server is ns.xzave.net, and there is no record A on my server ...
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Error in named.conf

I am getting the following error: Starting named: Error in named configuration: zone blk1999.lab/IN: loaded serial 2001062501 zone localhost.localdomain/IN: loading from master file named.localhost ...
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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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How can I check the version of BIND on Debian [closed]

I am using Debian and when I give the command sudo named -v it returns command not found. I want to verify that my ssh server (sshd) is using bind version 9.1.3 or later so that it both is IPv6 ...
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What does /var/named mean in this context? [closed]

I read the following response on reddit in response to a question: "What are some problems at work you recently solved?" Hosts are in database, now there are hosts in /var/named. I mean, there were ...
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what does `-t` option of named command stands for?

What does -t option of named stands for? It looks like -d is already taken by debug-level, but where is the t come from? Is it from chrooT?