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Posted January 28, 2003
Get the book before seeking professional help!
My first time setting up my own DNS server for my first ever personally owned domain name. Did it in Redhat 8. Couldn't get it to work. The book provided examples that I needed and showed how to use debugging tools for the configuration file zone entries and also the zone resource files. Turns out I used // to comment a line in the zone resource file instead of ; and the debugger pointed right to it. The price of the book was well worth finding this out and it will be a valuable resource for future discoveries about DNS and BIND. A great book for beginners in the tasks associated with DNS and BIND. A little pricey for the number of pages in the book and thus the reason for only four stars.
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Posted November 1, 2002
Little good things here and there, but not enough on BIND9
I bought this book because I saw it had the "Upgrading to BIND9" chapter. However I found very little information on how zone files are different in the new version or what advantages BIND9 offeres over its predecessors.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 21, 2010
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