New BIND user

New BIND user

Post by NSynergix » Thu, 08 Oct 2009 01:47:35


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Hello everyone,



I am using a mix of MS DNS and XP workstations with a DNS software (simple
Dns +)



I am now looking to move into BIND world under *nix distributions.

Would you recommend me reading/using a specific reference ?

Book, URL, distribution, tutorial


Thank you, your help is appreciated.



Martin





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New BIND user

Post by Ben Croswe » Thu, 08 Oct 2009 02:15:57

Best place to start in my mind is the O'Reily book "DNS and BIND" by
Cricket.
It's where I started and the first thing a person had to read before I
started training them back in the day.

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