Set up a private master/slave DNS using BIND

One of the very basic need of any startup is setting up a LAN in the workspace and configuring the Internet most used service: DNS. Relying on a public DNS may give you full functionality towards WAN connectivity, but when you need to address some hosts inside your LAN it can be handy to use names instead of IPs (especially with IPv6). Here’s a straight forward guide to get you started with your private DNS in a few minutes. [Read More]
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