Bind - one pc,two ips ,two dns servers
Chan Chung Hang Christopher
christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Sun Nov 30 15:31:09 UTC 2008
>> Why do you want this? Are you going to host one zone on one ip and
>> another on another? Do you have a whole host of zones on one ip that you
>> want to keep separate from others? Are these ips on different subnets
>> where you have two different connections?
>> You can have BIND bind to both ips and serve the zones on both ips on a
>> single instance. Do you really want two different instances?
> I thinks that is exactly what i have to do. Do you know something more
> about it?
Well, I am conversant with BIND and djbdns. I know their different
styles of behaviour, configuration and I have an idea of what they can
take and what they need when serving thousands of zones as authoritative
servers or handling 24,000 queries per second as caching servers (NO,
BIND does not cut it). I have setup 'stealth' masters with slaves doing
the actual authoritative work with BIND. I have used BIND's INCLUDE
directive to allow me to just update one file to update the MX records
of thousands of zones. Just the basic stuff really that BIND admins on
this list do everyday.
What were you trying to achieve again? Nobody can help you unless you
help us help you.
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