Ran into a zone conflict today and had to dust off more BIND knowledge. This occurred after I added a host to a zone which was enabled for dynamic updates for DHCP clients. Getting dynamic updates to work in conjunction with ISC DHCP requires a long rant of its own. Since there are no errors written […]
Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS isn't managed with NetworkManager and does not come installed by default like it did in prior releases. It is managed by /etc/networks/interfaces. In this tutorial we are going to learn how to restart network in Ubuntu Server 16.04 as well as previous releases. Restart Network Service in Ubuntu Server 16.04 systemctl restart networking.service […]
BIND is the one of the most popular DNS servers used across the Internet. The server can act as an authoritative, recursive, and caching name server and it supports wide range of features.
This tutorial will describe deploying primary and secondary BIND servers as authoritative name servers. This is suitable for public or private name servers, however, internal private name servers will usually include recursive and caching elements for local DNS resolution.
By Sean Reifschneider Date February 15, 2010 Chances are that if you're a network operator you know the IP address 126.96.36.199. It's an easy to type and easy to remember address, which since 1998 has been a "beefy" DNS service responding to the public Internet. Since you need DNS before you can use anything other […]
One bright sunny day I received a sloppy text file which was most likely exported through a zone AXFR and my task was to import the records into a CDN's DNS. The import was not very happy with it, however, I did figure out how to fix the issue without manually editing any data by […]