Bind9 dns zone not updating
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The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: change ddns-rev-domainname to "" in your file.
Typically you or a DNS provider is in charge of Forward DNS.
In the case of Reverse DNS most likely your ISP supplying your IP information will have responsibility. ######## The number 2-6 are the last octect of 192.168.0. STEP 2 Enter the zone into your or as you would a regular zone.
The purpose of this section is to help you setup BIND on Debian.
The document will start you out from ground zero to an actually working fully functional BIND system.
Rather we simply concentrate in a simple configuration of a custom zone and config file for a given domain / host supporting www, mail services. Last thing before we go ahead to check a configuration is to add and IP address af a stable DNS server to a options file.
Sample scenario notes to help you ready this DNS bind howto:dnsutils is not compulsory package to run bind webserver, but we will use a dig command which is part of this package as a testing tool of your bind configuration. This IP address is used in case that a local DNS server do not know the answer the a name resolution query.
Both are lightweight alternatives to bind9 DNS server and have less RAM requirements. In this article we will not go into details of what Domain Name Service ( DNS ) is nor how DNS works.Your ISP or hosting provider may delegate your own range of IP addresses, or you may have NAT setup for Private IP space you control, in this case you must configure Reverse DNS thru PTR records on your DNS server.