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Title Alternative DNS Servers: Choice and Deployment, and Optional SQL/LDAP Back-Ends; Author(s) Jan-Piet Mens; Publisher: UIT Cambridge Ltd. (December.
Table of contents
- Alternative DNS Servers
- Technical Overview
- Install a New Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Forest (Level 200)
- Why use MaraDNS?
- Alternative DNS Servers by Jan-Piet Mens | Waterstones
Replication of zone data stored in an SQL back-end. Manipulating records in an SQL database. Choice of LDAP directory servers. Manipulating entries in an LDAP directory. How you maintain zone data stored in a back-end Provisioning text les from a database back-end. Building software from source.
Typical resource records. An example zone in csv2 format. Reverse zones. The soa table. The rr table. Basic database information. Server options. Options to control internal caching. Options that affect the name server. CONTENTS 95 96 97 97 97 98 99 Congure the BIND zone le back-end. Using the BIND back-end as a slave server. Congure the generic MySQL back-end. The records table. Create a new master or native zone in the database. Adding resource records to the database. Automating record inserts.
How you congure a Superslave.
The OpenDBX database back-end. The LDAP directory server back-end. The Pipe back-end. Global PowerDNS conguration directives.websrv2-nginx.classic.com.np/el-pozo-de-la-perdicin.php
Alternative DNS Servers
Monitoring PowerDNS. Deployment and provisioning scenarios. Creating the trigger. Viewing the effects of the trigger.
Master and slave zones. Forwarding zones. Stub zones. Root hints. Aspects of implementing a BIND name server. Query logging. The BIND 9. Points to note when using BIND. Zone transfers. Controlling zone transfers. Create zone clauses for named. Convert master zone les to LDIF. Initializing the driver. Performing lookups.
Returning all records in a zone transfer. Building the driver and linking named.
What happens when named starts? Conguring a Bind DLZ driver overview. Congure the minimal schema in named. Observing queries. Adding an in-addr. Limitations of the minimal schema. Describing the LDAP directory connection.
Install a New Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Forest (Level 200)
Minimal schema. Enabling zone transfers in the minimal schema. Zone options. Key declarations. The NSD control script, nsdc. Check and parse the nsd. Adding a new master zone.
Changes in your master zone. Adding a new slave zone. B Set up ACLs for your zones. C Test a zone transfer. Conguration les and environment variables overview. Line type. Line type Z create start of authority. Line type at create a mail exchanger. Line type - dash disable a line. Line type single-quote create a text.
Why use MaraDNS?
Line type circumex create a pointer. Line type C create a canonical name. Line type : colon create generic record. Notes on data syntax. Using tinydns-edit to add records to the data le. Randomizing RR. A pre-processor for the data le. Creating the data le from BIND zone les.
Alternative DNS Servers by Jan-Piet Mens | Waterstones
Perl program to create SRV lines in the data le. Adding a minimal zone. Adding a zone with more records. Create the PTR resource record. Using DNS to nd a users telephone number. The code. Integrate your Perl name server into your organizations DNS. Telling Exim to use the blacklist.
A sample SMTP dialog. Black-lists and white-lists. A Create named. B Create an rndc key. C Hints le for the root servers. D Master zones for localhost. Reloading named. Centralized cache on your local network. Caching DNS server on a Workstation. Workstation as forwarder.