[TriLUG] forward zones
cgbullock at cox.net
Wed Aug 6 12:13:38 EDT 2003
If you want simplicity and quickness, edit your hosts file. If you have
three machines should only take you <2 minutes to do all 3 machines,
unless you are just tring to get DNS experience.
Ken Mink wrote:
>You might want to consider tinydns (http://tinydns.org) instead of bind.
>The configuration is much simpler and it is also known for it's
>security. I use it at home and really like it. You only add one line for
>a host and tell it whether to provide a PTR and an A record or just one
>of them. On the downside, it uses some very non-standard file locations.
>On Tue, 2003-08-05 at 15:40, Scott Lundgren wrote:
>>I added a third box to my home network and decided to setup a name server
>>for them all. Can someone explain to me if the following is a difference in
>>how I was expecting a config tool to work or a gap in my understanding of
>>Using RH9, redhat-config-bind I first created a reverse zone
>>Then I added records for:
>> 192.168.1.1 athos
>> 192.168.1.2 porthos
>> 192.168.1.3 dartagnan
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