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setting slave dns
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setting slave dns
hey im using sentora with one ns. I have another vps now and i want to use this slave-dns.
Is there any how-to for setting secondary name server? please link
and im very begginer all of this.
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RE: setting slave dns
(11-17-2015, 11:54 PM)fahri Wrote: hey im using sentora with one ns. I have another vps now and i want to use this slave-dns.
Is there any how-to for setting secondary name server? please link
and im very begginer all of this.

These sites have helped me to set stuff up before and understand what it's all about, make sure you have port 53 opened on both servers too.

It all depends on the OS, these are a mix of Ubuntu and CentOS but you should get the idea from the guides.

http://www.microhowto.info/howto/configu...erver.html
https://www.howtoforge.com/installation-...-on-centos
http://idroot.net/tutorials/install-bind...er-ubuntu/

As the master server contains all of the DNS information in one file and you're not adding domains manually you just need one slave zone setup on the secondary server, for example:

Code:
zone "sentora" {
    type slave;
    file "/var/cache/bind/sentora.db";
    masters {MAS.TER.IP.HE.RE;};
};

I'm not too good at it myself but I hope this is of some help and at least gets you started. Smile
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RE: setting slave dns
(11-20-2015, 07:17 PM)Fuzzy Wrote:
(11-17-2015, 11:54 PM)fahri Wrote: hey im using sentora with one ns. I have another vps now and i want to use this slave-dns.
Is there any how-to for setting secondary name server? please link
and im very begginer all of this.

These sites have helped me to set stuff up before and understand what it's all about, make sure you have port 53 opened on both servers too.

It all depends on the OS, these are a mix of Ubuntu and CentOS but you should get the idea from the guides.

http://www.microhowto.info/howto/configu...erver.html
https://www.howtoforge.com/installation-...-on-centos
http://idroot.net/tutorials/install-bind...er-ubuntu/

As the master server contains all of the DNS information in one file and you're not adding domains manually you just need one slave zone setup on the secondary server, for example:

Code:
zone "sentora" {
    type slave;
    file "/var/cache/bind/sentora.db";
    masters {MAS.TER.IP.HE.RE;};
};

I'm not too good at it myself but I hope this is of some help and at least gets you started. Smile
thx for reply. I get the idea . Just for the clear we dont do nothing on master server right ? Big Grin
because sentora zones files another. and this if i do like the link it will cause an error ?
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RE: setting slave dns
(11-21-2015, 01:02 AM)fahri Wrote:
(11-20-2015, 07:17 PM)Fuzzy Wrote:
(11-17-2015, 11:54 PM)fahri Wrote: hey im using sentora with one ns. I have another vps now and i want to use this slave-dns.
Is there any how-to for setting secondary name server? please link
and im very begginer all of this.

These sites have helped me to set stuff up before and understand what it's all about, make sure you have port 53 opened on both servers too.

It all depends on the OS, these are a mix of Ubuntu and CentOS but you should get the idea from the guides.

http://www.microhowto.info/howto/configu...erver.html
https://www.howtoforge.com/installation-...-on-centos
http://idroot.net/tutorials/install-bind...er-ubuntu/

As the master server contains all of the DNS information in one file and you're not adding domains manually you just need one slave zone setup on the secondary server, for example:

Code:
zone "sentora" {
    type slave;
    file "/var/cache/bind/sentora.db";
    masters {MAS.TER.IP.HE.RE;};
};

I'm not too good at it myself but I hope this is of some help and at least gets you started. Smile
thx for reply. I get the idea . Just for the clear we dont do nothing on master server right ? Big Grin
because sentora zones files another. and this if i do like the link it will cause an error ?

On the master server you will need to add more info to the Sentora zone so that it notifies the slave of any updates and knows where it is.

For example:
Code:
 type master;
 notify yes;
 allow-transfer { SLA.VE.IP.HE.RE };

This part is on: http://www.microhowto.info/howto/configu...erver.html Smile
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