Re: Default BIND setup question

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On Thu, 2008-12-04 at 10:38 -0500, Mark Haney wrote:
> I just installed F10 on what will be my new slave DNS server for our 
> office and I'm a little peeved at the default setup.  The base install
> sets BIND up as a local caching-nameserver.  Which I suppose is fine, 
> except there's no base named.conf provided for setting up BIND as a
> real DNS server, not a local caching only one.

By default, we get a real working name server - it resolves addresses.
For security purposes, you *may* have to make it a bit more open, so it
can be accessed by other machines, and that's a good thing.  If you want
any DNS server to resolve records that you hold, you always have to add
them yourself.  It's unavoidable to have to do some customisation.

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