This howto steps through how to set up caching on Bind 9, when your Bind server is also serving as a Primary name server as well as a resolver for hosted domains.
This Howto is a brief explanation on what DKIM is, and its role in email delivery. Steps through installation, configuration and authentication.
Some Linux users may not be able to find RPMFusions' repos to add to their config. Here is the reason and a solution to this issue.
This article details how to secure a Slave Bind 9.x server, where the Slave is set up to accept zone transfers from the Master Bind 9.x server using TSIG. For context, read my original article "Using TSIG to enable secure Zone Transfers between Bind 9.x servers".
This knowledgebase article details the process for disabling IPv6 name resolution through a Bind 9.x server. If you don't have a requirement for IPv6 name resolution in your network, then this is for you.
This knowledgebase article is a short guide to setting up Transaction SIGnatures (TSIG) based transaction security using Bind 9.x . It describes changes to the configuration file as well as what changes are requires for different features, including the process of creating transaction keys and using transaction signatures with
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