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 Setting up a DNS zone with Bind9

Bind is a well known Unix name server, it is a powerfull piece of software which is used by the majority of nameservers. This article will go though setting up a local area network that can be used at home or inside a small company. In this article, we suppose that we are going to set a DNS zone for the domain: debuntu.foo, this is a fictionnal zone which is going to be used as a local network domain such as an intranet. Set up a DNS zone with bind

 (Submitted by chantra Mon Aug 14, 2006 )

  Bind is a well known Unix name server, it is a powerfull piece of software which is used by the majority of nameservers. This article will go though setting up a local area network that can be used at home or inside a small company. In this article, we suppose that we are going to set a DNS zone for the domain: debuntu.foo, this is a fictionnal zone which is going to be used as a local network domain such as an intranet. Set up a DNS zone with bind


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