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How to setup DNS Server on Local network

Im having a Ubuntu 11.10 Desktop system,how can I configure the BIND server to resolve as the following: I should be able to use Google's Public DNS for the internet www.rootserver.com should ...
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Do I need to setup a “zone” for every domain name that is visible to the outside world?

I have a quick question. I just setup DNS on one of our Ubuntu servers using Bind9. Now my question is do we need to setup a "zone" for every domain name that is visible to the outside world? Or is ...
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How can I setup dhcpd (dynamic DNS)?

I have a Ubuntu Server 11.04 firewall/gateway set up and I'm wondering how I can configure isc-dhcp-server to update bind9 to resolve hostnames in the network. Here is my setup: 3 computers ...
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Run DNS service on registered domain for global name resolution

I have a domain name mydomain.net purchased/registered for one of the cloud server(ubuntu) and its pointing to the server(nslookup). I have installed DNS(bind) service with the domain mydomain.net. ...
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Run script AFTER automounting usb hdd (udev, mount --bind) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to run a script when a distinct flash-drive is mounted? When plugging-in my USB HDD, it is mounted automatically, as expected. After that event, I'd like to ...
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Looking for BIND web interface

I currently manage the domains of many clients and would like to setup a BIND server so I can all manage them from one place. Now, I'm looking for a web interface to BIND that would let my clients ...