BIND on WIN2K

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Taurec

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anyone into BIND on a win32 box ?

- Too bad stupidity isn't painful

Airrrrrrr

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Firripu-Daioh

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I have never used BIND on a win32 box, though I have used it on my linux (Slackware 9.1) and my friend uses it on his RedHat 9 router so I can SSH into it and keep it running while he is away. In case anyone is interested or doesn't know what BIND is, well it is the Berkley Internet Name Domain, so it is simply a DNS server, and can be downloaded from here http://www.isc.org/, the latest stable version is 9.2.3 or 9.3.0 beta.

"If I went around saying I was an Emporer, just because some moistened bink had lobbed a scimitar at me,they'd put me away." (Dennis - Monty Python and the Holy Grail)

  • May 11, 2004

Taurec

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figured it out ... damn .. zonefiles are fun ... :)

- Too bad stupidity isn't painful

Airrrrrrr

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