Setup Master-Slave DNS Server Using “Bind” Tools in RHEL/CentOS 6.5

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78 Responses

  1. Howard Rifkind says:

    Thank you for all of the above, very helpful. I only have one physical machine so is it O.K. if I don’t configure a slave machine configuration? Thanks

  2. Azamatjon says:

    I didn’t understand the section for reverse zone file in /var/named.com zone”…..” that part

    please explain me what to write there

  3. Shrikant says:

    Typo at “Real Also: Setup DNS Cache Server in Ubuntu”

    Correct it to ‘Read’ :)

  4. Ishmael says:

    Good illustration but things as Serial number where do they come from are they important If I leave 0, default

    • @IShmael,

      You can’t leave it 0 instead you need to start from 00 which represent the date. If we are about to add new entry it’s good to increase the serial number by an incremental method.

  5. saeed Tehrani says:

    has no address records (A or AAAA) , I had the same problem for this reason I added
    8 @ IN NS ns1.domain.com.
    9 @ IN NS ns2.domain.com.
    10 @ IN PTR domain.com.
    these following lines
    11 @ IN A 192.168.1.140
    12 @ IN A 192.168.1.150

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