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How to set up a DNS server on CentOS 6.5

DNS (Domain Name System) is a core component of the network infrastructure. The DNS service resolves host names to IP addresses and vice versa. For example, if you enter: www.ostechnix.com In the browser, the DNS server translates the domain name into a corresponding IP address. This makes it easier to remember domain names instead of… read more »

How to set up a master and slave DNS server with BIND on CentOS 7

The experts in this tutorial are welcome to guide how to install and configure the BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) utility on CentOS as a primary and secondary DNS server. There are different open source packages for configuring DNS name servers. Some of these packages include Bind, dnsmasqwith Unbound. In this tutorial, we will use… read more »

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