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Redondant DNS
#1
[Not Solved] Redondant DNS
Hi,
Reading this node: http://docs.sentora.org/?node=53, I see that to offer redondancy, I need two IP's and if I understand correctly, TWO servers?
If yes, have a how-to configure this with Sentora?
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yep two servers but currently we don't offer a solution for that.

But you can search google how to setup a slave DNS for bind.

You can also use http://www.cloudflare.com as dns server and that works great too.

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Hi Me.B,
My problem is that I have clients and I would like that they create your own records for subdomains in the DNS server... Or create a routine to automatize this, like that occurs on Cpanel. For this reason, I can't use third party solutions for this. :/
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No solutions currently...
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(01-28-2015, 07:41 AM)Me.B Wrote: No solutions currently...

If you don't mind my suggestion, under linux, just add a new vmware network card, and get a new ip under it, so you will have "2 IP's" for NS, making it perfectly configurable. About the redundancy, use cluster systems, should be fine.
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(01-30-2015, 08:25 PM)Unknown Wrote:
(01-28-2015, 07:41 AM)Me.B Wrote: No solutions currently...

If you don't mind my suggestion, under linux, just add a new vmware network card, and get a new ip under it, so you will have "2 IP's" for NS, making it perfectly configurable. About the redundancy, use cluster systems, should be fine.

replicating dns is easier than setting up a cluster.

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If you want a redundant DNS try PowerDNS in Slave mode (you need a separate VPS for this)
It will do auto sync with your DNS and has his own MySQL backend, need some tricks but it worked for me
Some links:
http://vpstutorial.com/setup-powerdns-centos-6/
https://www.digitalocean.com/community/t...os-6-3-x64
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Or, for now: http://docs.sentora.org/?node=95

Not really redundant, but, if you are only running one server, then this method is adequate.
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(02-03-2015, 08:38 AM)Active8 Wrote: If you want a redundant DNS try PowerDNS in Slave mode (you need a separate VPS for this)
It will do auto sync with your DNS and has his own MySQL backend, need some tricks but it worked for me
Some links:
http://vpstutorial.com/setup-powerdns-centos-6/
https://www.digitalocean.com/community/t...os-6-3-x64

With some work you can do the same with bind and setup a slave bind server on a second VPS too...
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