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; Exported (yyyy-mm-dd Thh:mm:Z): 2014-09-22T.697Z $ORIGIN MYDOMAIN.
If you prefer to use another directory to hold this file you are free to do so. What we should do now is the teach our nameserver the other way around, which is, to resolve a host from an IP address. ( 1 ; Serial 3h ; Refresh after 3 hours 1h ; Retry after 1 hour 1w ; Expire after 1 week 1h ) ; Negative caching TTL of 1 day ; 0.168.192. Replace a following blog of text withing a options file: A dig command from dnsutils package will become handy to help us to test a new configuration of bind command can be used from any PC which has a network access the your DNS server but preferably your should start your testing from a localhost.
The following zone file db.will hold a DNS record to assist a nameserver resolve a fully qualified domain name to an IP address. For this we are going to need yet another file and that is db.192.168.0 with a following content:; ; BIND reverse data file for 0.168.192.; $TTL 604800 0.168.192. In our this case the IP address of our name server is 192.168.135.130.
Create and save db.with a following content:; ; BIND data file for ; $TTL 3h @ IN SOA ns1. ( 1 ; Serial 3h ; Refresh after 3 hours 1h ; Retry after 1 hour 1w ; Expire after 1 week 1h ) ; Negative caching TTL of 1 day ; @ IN NS ns1.
; MX Records @ IN MX 0 mail1 @ IN MX 10 mail2 ; A Records @ IN A 127.0.0.1 www IN A 127.0.0.1 mail IN A 127.0.0.1 ; AAAA Records @ IN AAAA ::1 mail IN AAAA 2001:db8::1 ; CNAME Records mail1 IN CNAME mail mail2 IN CNAME mail ; TXT Records txt1 IN TXT "hello" txt2 IN TXT "world" ; SRV Records _xmpp-client._tcp IN SRV 10 0 5222 jabber _xmpp-server._tcp IN SRV 10 0 5269 jabber ; Zone: 0.168.192.
; Exported (yyyy-mm-dd Thh:mm:Z): 2014-09-22T.698Z $ORIGIN 0.168.192.
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Installing BIND using packages provided with your distribution is the recommended way.