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Need Bulk record creating for BIND DNS server. I have information in a file I need to crate a new zone and A-record. I have 10000 domains in a file. Is there any tool available to do this @ one go

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I'm new to using a BIND DNS server. I currently have one set as a master zone on my LAN. My question is how can I add a record for my local lan that will resolve without typing in the FQDN? For example I want to be able to type "server" instead of "".

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I am using bind for DNS services on RHEL 5. The forward lookup is working fine. When I try to do a reverse lookup at the server, it shows the correct output but when I try lookup from Internet it shows something like - " points to a.b.c.d, which has no PTR record"

Here are the files:
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One cool feature that AMAHI provided a GUI for, was the ability to recognize devices by name as well as IP. i.e.. "" or "http://home-NAS" Going from memory, the long name upon first entry may actually have been ""? From my reading, I think I either need to setup up a Static Alias or CNAME for each assigned IP. I can't find any tutorial's that will walk me through this process. I'm guessing I need to generate the records under one of the master DNS zones, but that is just a guess?

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My problem is that my phone's IP address changes every 10-30 minutes, and my server is IP whitelisted. So in order for me to login to my server I need to somehow record my Phones IP address into the "/etc/hosts.allow file". Getting the IP of my phone is simple, for this I set up an account at My phone successfully updates it's ip to the site whenever it changes. For this example I will use "" In order to get my phones IP I will run a "nslookup" on every 10 minutes. For this I will set a cron job to run every 10 minutes.


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Current setup:

Client --> Router (DNS Server) --> Internet

New BIND server setup:

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How would I go ab this? Would I have to configure a cache naming DNS server?

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Well, I thought that should have work but the problem is that $source comes up broken, when I run it with echo instead of mv I get the echo with broken names.

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I and setting up a home web server using Ubuntu 10.04 server (local only). I am currently using Webmin 1.53 to access it remotely all is going great very easy to use. Webmin - Check, ftps-fileZilla - Check, Apache -It Works BUT I cant seam to set up Apache as a named server using Bind DSN. Tried most of the help in the fourms and ..... I think my problems is in the master server selection, do i have to use [URL]... or can i just use myservername. I have tryed both with no luck. First time with the server addition.


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Jun 14, 2010

I have a BIND server that I'm setting up with different views. There is another server out on the public Internet that currently handles all inquiries for this domain. I had installed the Yum packages, chroot, etc. and edited the config files by hand. When that didn't work, I erased the server and started over using Webmin to build everything for me. Same result. I want to setup and verify everything is working on this new server before I take it into production.This is in /var/log/messagesQuote:

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