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This HOWTO documents how to define such mappings using Unix system, DNS name server, starting with a caching only server and going on to setting up a. This guide was tested against BIND P2 on Gentoo Linux. , BIND 1 on Description: The following is a list of the roles for Domain Name Servers: .. medical-site.info 2. Installed OS medical-site.info /24 Master DNS server Oracle Linux 6 This file contains the main configuration of the BIND DNS server.
That is, when the DNS receives a name query, "host1. Let's create the directory where our zone files will reside.
According to our named. Replace the first "localhost" with ns1's FQDN, then replace "root.
Also, every time you edit a zone file, you should increment the serial value before you restart the named process. We will increment it to "3".
Now delete the three records at the end of the file after the SOA record. If you're not sure which lines to delete, they are marked with a "delete this line" comment above. At the end of the file, add your name server records with the following lines replace the names with your own.
IN NS ns2. Then add the A records for your hosts that belong in this zone.
This includes any server whose name we want to end with ". IN A On ns1, for each reverse zone specified in the named. We will base our reverse zone file s on the sample db.
Now delete the two records at the end of the file after the SOA record. Then add PTR records for all of your servers whose IP addresses are on the subnet of the zone file that you are editing.
In our example, this includes all of our hosts because they are all on the Note that the first column consists of the last two octets of your servers' private IP addresses in reversed order.
If there are problems with your configuration files, review the error message and the "Configure Primary DNS Server" section, then try named-checkconf again. The named-checkzone command can be used to check the correctness of your zone files. Its first argument specifies a zone name, and the second argument specifies the corresponding zone file, which are both defined in named. However, several examples are provided below. The serial number ; must be changed whenever the file is updated to inform secondary ; servers that zone information has changed.
IN SOA mydomain.
Unresolved entries in other zones ; will go to our ISP's name server isp. IN NS isp. You can list more than one if ; applicable , with the integer field indicating priority lowest ; being a higher priority IN MX mail. IN A Same as in forward lookup table. We are mapping ; more than one class C here, so we need to list the class B portion ; as well. Any other reverse lookup files needed to map addresses in a different class B such as Make sure the named daemon is running.