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You would also place an entry for this name server in the mytrek.com reverse mapping file:
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The master DNS server can control which slave servers can transfer zone information from it using the allow-transfer statement. Place the statement with the list of IP addresses for the slave servers for which you want to allow access. Also, the master DNS server should be sure the notify option is not disabled. The notify option is disabled by a "notify no" statement in the options or zone named.conf entries. Simply erase the "no" argument to enable notify. With BIND versions 8.2.2 and 9.0, BIND now supports Incremental Zone Transfers (IXFR). Previously the all zone data would be replaced in an update, rather than simply editing in changes such as the addition of a few resource records. With Incremental Zone Transfers, a
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database of changes is maintained by the master zone. Then only the changes are transferred to the slave zone, which uses this information to update its own zone files. To implement Incremental Zone Transfers, you have to turn on the maintain- ixfr-base option in the options section.
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You can then use the ixfr-base option in a zone section to specify a particular database file to hold changes.
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IP-based virtual hosting allows more than one IP address to be used for a single machine. If a machine has two registered IP addresses, either one can be used to address the machine. If you want to treat the extra IP address as another host in your domain, you need only create an address record for it in your domain's zone file. The domain name for the host would be the same as your domain name. If you want to use a different domain name for the extra IP, however, you have to set up a virtual domain for it. This entails creating a new zone statement for it with its own zone file. For example, if the extra IP address is 192.168.1.42 and you want to give it the domain name sail.com, you must create a new zone statement for it in your named.conf file with a new zone file. The zone statement would look something like this. The zone file is called sail.com.
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zone "sail.com" in { type master; file "sail.com"; };
In the "sail.com" file, the name server name is turtle.mytrek.com and the e-mail address is hostmaster@turtle.mytrek.com. In the name server (NS) record, the name server is turtle.mytrek.com. This is the same machine using the original address that the name server is running as. turtle.mytrek.com is also the host that handles mail addressed to sail.com (MX). An address record then associates the extra IP address 192.168.1.42 with the sail.com domain name. A virtual host on this domain is then defined as jib.sail.com. Also, www and ftp aliases are created for that host, creating www.sail.com and ftp.sail.com virtual hosts.
; Authoritative data for sail.com ; @ IN SOA turtle.mytrek.com. hostmaster.turtle.mytrek.com. ( 93071200 ; Serial (yymmddxx) 10800 ; Refresh 3 hours 3600 ; Retry 1 hour 3600000 ; Expire 1000 hours 86400 ) ; Minimum 24 hours IN IN IN jib www ftp IN IN IN NS MX A 10 turtle.mytrek.com. turtle.mytrek.com. 192.168.1.42 ;address of the sail.com domain 192.168.1.42 jib.sail.com. jib.sail.com.
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In your reverse mapping file (/var/named/1.168.192), add PTR records for any virtual domains.
42.1.168.192 42.1.168.192 IN IN PTR PTR sail.com. jib.sail.com.
You also have to configure your network connection to listen for both IP addresses on your machine (see 28).
Cache File
The cache file is used to connect the DNS server to root servers on the Internet. The file can be any name. On many systems, the cache file is called named.ca. Other systems may call the cache file named.cache or roots.hints. The cache file is usually a standard file installed by your BIND software, which lists resource records for designated root servers for the Internet. You can obtain a current version of the named.ca file from the rs.internic.net FTP site. The following example shows sample entries taken from the named.ca file:
; formerly NS.INTERNIC.NET ; . 3600000 IN NS A.ROOT-SERVERS.NET. A.ROOT-SERVERS.NET. 3600000 A 198.41.0.4 ; ; formerly NS1.ISI.EDU ; . 3600000 NS B.ROOT-SERVERS.NET. B.ROOT-SERVERS.NET. 3600000 A 128.9.0.107
If you are creating an isolated intranet, you need to create your own root DNS server until you connect to the Internet. In effect, you are creating a fake root server. This can be another server on your system pretending to be the root or the same name server.
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