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DNS & BIND Cookbook
By Cricket Liu
   
Publisher : O'Reilly
Pub Date : October 2002
ISBN : 0-596-00410-9
Pages : 240


    Copyright
    Preface
      Platform and Version
      Organization
      Audience
      Other Books and Resources
      Conventions Used in This Book
      Comments and Questions
      Acknowledgments
   
    Chapter 1.  Getting Started
      Section 1.1.  Introduction
      Section 1.2.  Finding More Information About DNS and BIND
      Section 1.3.  Asking Questions You Can't Find Answers To
      Section 1.4.  Getting a List of Top-Level Domains
      Section 1.5.  Checking Whether a Domain Name Is Registered
      Section 1.6.  Registering a Domain Name
      Section 1.7.  Registering Name Servers
      Section 1.8.  Registering a Reverse-Mapping Domain
      Section 1.9.  Transferring Your Domain Name to Another Registrar
      Section 1.10.  Choosing a Version of BIND
      Section 1.11.  Finding Out Which Version of BIND You're Running
      Section 1.12.  Getting BIND
      Section 1.13.  Building and Installing BIND
      Section 1.14.  Getting a Precompiled Version of BIND
      Section 1.15.  Creating a named.conf File
      Section 1.16.  Configuring a Name Server as the Primary Master for a Zone
      Section 1.17.  Configuring a Name Server as a Slave for a Zone
      Section 1.18.  Configuring a Name Server as Authoritative for Multiple Zones
      Section 1.19.  Starting a Name Server
      Section 1.20.  Stopping a Name Server
      Section 1.21.  Starting named at Boot Time
   
    Chapter 2.  Zone Data
      Section 2.1.  Introduction
      Section 2.2.  Creating a Zone Data File
      Section 2.3.  Adding a Host
      Section 2.4.  Adding an Alias
      Section 2.5.  Adding a Mail Destination
      Section 2.6.  Making the Domain Name of Your Zone Point to Your Web Server
      Section 2.7.  Pointing a Domain Name to a Particular URL
      Section 2.8.  Setting Up Round Robin Load Distribution
      Section 2.9.  Adding a Domain Name in a Subdomain Without Creating a New Zone
      Section 2.10.  Preventing Remote Name Servers from Caching a Resource Record
      Section 2.11.  Adding a Multihomed Host
      Section 2.12.  Updating a Name Server's Root Hints File
      Section 2.13.  Using a Single Data File for Multiple Zones
      Section 2.14.  Using Multiple Data Files for a Single Zone
      Section 2.15.  Resetting Your Zone's Serial Number
      Section 2.16.  Making Manual Changes to a Dynamically Updated Zone
      Section 2.17.  Moving a Host
      Section 2.18.  Mapping Any Domain Name in a Zone to a Single IP Address
      Section 2.19.  Adding Similar Records
      Section 2.20.  Making Your Services Easy to Find
      Section 2.21.  Storing the Location of a Host in DNS
      Section 2.22.  Filtering a Host Table into Zone Data Files
   
    Chapter 3.  BIND Name Server Configuration
      Section 3.1.  Introduction
      Section 3.2.  Configuring a Name Server to Work with ndc
      Section 3.3.  Configuring a Name Server to Work with rndc
      Section 3.4.  Using rndc with a Remote Name Server
      Section 3.5.  Allowing "Illegal" Characters in Domain Names
      Section 3.6.  Dividing a Large named.conf File into Multiple Files
      Section 3.7.  Organizing Zone Data Files in Different Directories
      Section 3.8.  Configuring a Name Server as Slave for All of Your Zones
      Section 3.9.  Finding an Offsite Slave Name Server for Your Zone
      Section 3.10.  Protecting a Slave Name Server from Abuse
      Section 3.11.  Allowing Dynamic Updates
      Section 3.12.  Configuring a Name Server to Forward Dynamic Updates
      Section 3.13.  Notifying a Slave Name Server Not in a Zone's NS Records
      Section 3.14.  Limiting NOTIFY Messages
      Section 3.15.  Configuring a Name Server to Forward Queries to Another Name Server
      Section 3.16.  Configuring a Name Server to Forward Some Queries to Other Name Servers
      Section 3.17.  Configuring a Name Server Not to Forward Certain Queries
      Section 3.18.  Returning Different Answers to Different Queriers
      Section 3.19.  Determining the Order in Which a Name Server Returns Answers
      Section 3.20.  Setting Up a Slave Name Server for a Zone in Multiple Views
      Section 3.21.  Disabling Caching
      Section 3.22.  Limiting the Memory a Name Server Uses
      Section 3.23.  Configuring IXFR
      Section 3.24.  Limiting the Size of the IXFR Log File
      Section 3.25.  Configuring a Name Server to Listen Only on Certain Network Interfaces
      Section 3.26.  Running a Name Server on an Alternate Port
      Section 3.27.  Setting Up a Root Name Server
      Section 3.28.  Returning a Default Record
      Section 3.29.  Configuring DNS to Let Clients Find the Closest Server
      Section 3.30.  Handling Dialup Connections
   
    Chapter 4.  Electronic Mail
      Section 4.1.  Introduction
      Section 4.2.  Configuring a Backup Mail Server in DNS
      Section 4.3.  Configuring Multiple Mail Servers in DNS
      Section 4.4.  Configuring Mail to Go to One Server and the Web to Another
      Section 4.5.  Configuring DNS for "Virtual" Email Addresses
      Section 4.6.  Configuring DNS So a Mail Server and the Email It Sends Pass Anti-Spam Tests
   
    Chapter 5.  BIND Name Server Operations
      Section 5.1.  Introduction
      Section 5.2.  Figuring Out How Much Memory a Name Server Will Need
      Section 5.3.  Testing a Name Server's Configuration
      Section 5.4.  Viewing a Name Server's Cache
      Section 5.5.  Flushing (Clearing) a Name Server's Cache
      Section 5.6.  Modifying Zone Data Without Restarting the Name Server
      Section 5.7.  Adding or Removing Zones Without Restarting or Reloading the Name Server
      Section 5.8.  Initiating a Zone Transfer
      Section 5.9.  Restarting a Name Server Automatically If It Dies
      Section 5.10.  Restarting a Name Server with the Same Arguments
      Section 5.11.  Controlling Multiple named Processes with rndc
      Section 5.12.  Controlling Multiple named Processes with ndc
      Section 5.13.  Finding Out Who's Querying a Name Server
      Section 5.14.  Measuring a Name Server's Performance
      Section 5.15.  Measuring Queries for Records in Particular Zones
      Section 5.16.  Monitoring a Name Server
      Section 5.17.  Limiting Concurrent Zone Transfers
      Section 5.18.  Limiting Concurrent TCP Clients
      Section 5.19.  Limiting Concurrent Recursive Clients
      Section 5.20.  Dynamically Updating a Zone
      Section 5.21.  Sending Dynamic Updates to a Particular Name Server
      Section 5.22.  Setting Prerequisites in a Dynamic Update
      Section 5.23.  Sending TSIG-Signed Dynamic Updates
      Section 5.24.  Setting Up a Backup Primary Master Name Server
      Section 5.25.  Promoting a Slave Name Server to the Primary Master
      Section 5.26.  Running Multiple Primary Master Name Servers for the Same Zone
      Section 5.27.  Creating a Zone Programmatically
      Section 5.28.  Migrating from One Domain Name to Another
   
    Chapter 6.  Delegation and Registration
      Section 6.1.  Introduction
      Section 6.2.  Delegating a Subdomain
      Section 6.3.  Delegating a Subdomain of a Reverse-Mapping Zone
      Section 6.4.  Delegating Reverse-Mapping for Networks with Non-Octet Masks
      Section 6.5.  Delegating Reverse-Mapping for Networks Smaller than a /24
      Section 6.6.  Checking Delegation
      Section 6.7.  Moving a Name Server
      Section 6.8.  Changing Your Zone's Name Servers
   
    Chapter 7.  Security
      Section 7.1.  Introduction
      Section 7.2.  Concealing a Name Server's Version
      Section 7.3.  Configuring a Name Server to Work with a Firewall (or Vice Versa)
      Section 7.4.  Setting Up a Hidden Primary Master Name Server
      Section 7.5.  Setting Up a Stealth Slave Name Server
      Section 7.6.  Configuring an Authoritative-Only Name Server
      Section 7.7.  Configuring a Caching-Only Name Server
      Section 7.8.  Running a Name Server in a chroot( ) Jail
      Section 7.9.  Running the Name Server as a User Other than Root
      Section 7.10.  Defining a TSIG Key
      Section 7.11.  Securing Zone Transfers
      Section 7.12.  Restricting the Queries a Name Server Answers
      Section 7.13.  Preventing a Name Server from Querying a Particular Remote Name Server
      Section 7.14.  Preventing a Name Server from Responding to DNS Traffic from Certain Networks
      Section 7.15.  Protecting a Name Server from Spoofing
   
    Chapter 8.  Interoperability and Upgrading
      Section 8.1.  Introduction
      Section 8.2.  Upgrading from BIND 4 to BIND 8 or 9
      Section 8.3.  Upgrading from BIND 8 to BIND 9
      Section 8.4.  Configuring a Name Server to Accommodate a Slave Running BIND 4
      Section 8.5.  Configuring a BIND Name Server to Accommodate a Slave Running the Microsoft DNS Server
      Section 8.6.  Configuring a BIND Name Server as a Slave to a Microsoft DNS Server
      Section 8.7.  Preventing Windows Computers from Trying to Update Your Zones
      Section 8.8.  Handling Windows Registration with a BIND Name Server
      Section 8.9.  Handling Active Directory with a Name Server
      Section 8.10.  Configuring a DHCP Server to Update a BIND Name Server
   
    Chapter 9.  Resolvers and Programming
      Section 9.1.  Introduction
      Section 9.2.  Configuring a Resolver to Query a Remote Name Server
      Section 9.3.  Configuring a Resolver to Resolve Single-Label Domain Names
      Section 9.4.  Configuring a Resolver to Append Multiple Domain Names to Arguments
      Section 9.5.  Sorting Multiple Addresses in a Response
      Section 9.6.  Changing the Resolver's Timeout
      Section 9.7.  Configuring the Order in Which a Resolver Uses DNS, /etc/hosts, and NIS
      Section 9.8.  Looking Up Records Programmatically
      Section 9.9.  Transferring a Zone Programmatically
      Section 9.10.  Updating a Zone Programmatically
      Section 9.11.  Signing Queries and Dynamic Updates with TSIG Programmatically
   
    Chapter 10.  Logging and Troubleshooting
      Section 10.1.  Introduction
      Section 10.2.  Finding a Syntax Error in a named.conf File
      Section 10.3.  Finding a Syntax Error in a Zone Data File
      Section 10.4.  Sending Log Messages to a Particular File
      Section 10.5.  Discarding a Category of Messages
      Section 10.6.  Determining Which Category a Message Is In
      Section 10.7.  Sending syslog Output to Another Host
      Section 10.8.  Logging Dynamic Updates
      Section 10.9.  Rotating Log Files
      Section 10.10.  Looking Up Records with dig
      Section 10.11.  Reverse-Mapping an Address with dig
      Section 10.12.  Transferring a Zone Using dig
      Section 10.13.  Tracing Name Resolution Using dig
   
    Chapter 11.  IPv6
      Section 11.1.  Introduction
      Section 11.2.  Configuring a Name Server to Listen for Queries on an IPv6 Interface
      Section 11.3.  Configuring a Name Server to Send Queries from a Particular IPv6 Address
      Section 11.4.  Adding a Host with an IPv6 Interface
      Section 11.5.  Configuring rndc to Work Over IPv6
   
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