Ubuntu bind slave not updating

In this guide, we will discuss how to install and configure the Bind9 DNS server as authoritative-only DNS servers on Ubuntu 14.04 machines.We will set these up two Bind servers for our domain in a master-slave configuration.Reverse zones are used to connect an IP address back to a domain name.However, the domain name system was designed for the forward mappings originally, so some thought is needed to adapt this to allow for reverse mappings.We are configuring the Inside of this block, we add the management information about this zone.

We can turn this off within the When you are finished, save and close the file.This avoids the peril of having a single point of failure for your DNS servers.Unlike caching or forwarding DNS servers or a multi-purpose DNS server, authoritative-only servers only respond to iterative queries for the zones that they are authoritative for.This means that if the server does not know the answer, it will just tell the client (usually some kind of resolving DNS server) that it does not know the answer and give a reference to a server that may know more.Authoritative-only DNS servers are often a good configuration for high performance because they do not have the overhead of resolving recursive queries from clients.

Before we get into the configuration of our name servers, we must ensure that our hostname is configured properly on both our master and slave DNS server.

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How to install and configure a DNS server master, slave with BIND. Debian and Ubuntu. apt-get update && apt-get install install bind9 dnsutils Slackware. 
13-Jan-2019 01:07
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Master Server Bind i's OK but Slave NO. in / var / cache / bind any files. the slave has not made the update. ubuntu 14.04 Bind DNS does not work from. 
13-Jan-2019 01:11
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There is a master BIND server and a slave. The slave works to resolve names that are in the zone files that are on the master, but it does not copy the zone files to itself. 
13-Jan-2019 01:16
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Bind slave slow to update zones. it takes serveral minutes for the slave to update. I am using Bind 9.8 and. ubuntu 14.04 Bind DNS does not work from outside. 
13-Jan-2019 01:19
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Bind takes long time to replicate A record change to secondary DNS server. or the Ubuntu developers really tweaked out BIND, and though I don't use Ubuntu so I. 
13-Jan-2019 01:21
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Configure BIND as a slave DNS server. Content. Ubuntu Lucid, Maverick Objective. but not responding to updates. 
13-Jan-2019 01:25
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Using the BIND name server software BIND9 on Ubuntu 14. sudo apt-get update Now install BIND. Note that the type is "slave", the file does not contain. 
13-Jan-2019 01:30
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In this tutorial, we will cover how to install BIND9 Master and Slave DNS server on Ubuntu. Update ubuntu repository and install Bind using apt-get. 
13-Jan-2019 01:34
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The primary configuration file is /etc/bind/. if bind will be receiving automatic updates to the file as with DDNS. { type slave; file "db. 
13-Jan-2019 01:38
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