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How to setup virtual hosts on apache2, as well creating a dns zone using bind9
trying to setup a dns zone on a private network, using my localhost as a server for dns lookup query's
The simple answer is this:
1. install bind/named
2. Set the resolvers in your resolv.conf file to your localhost.
From there your named "name daemon" should catch and cache all DNS queries made through that box.
If you want to query all DNS from your network through that box you can proxy tunnel to it locally.
Hope this isnt to vague!
I would highly recommend avoiding bind/named (security holes like swiss cheese except not as yummy, complicated blah blah blah, 98% of frontline IT people can't get this going);
instead setup tinydns/djbdns advantages:
- very straightforward
- awesome doc resources
- much less resource hungry
For the duration of this tutorial, I will be describing configuration required for a Debian or Ubuntu server. Configuration is slightly different in other distributions, but the basics hold true.
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