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How to run master NSD on FreeBSD 10.0

[Some of you asked for an updated version of the NSD how to. Here it is, enjoy.] NSD  is  a  complete  implementation of an authoritative DNS nameserver written and maintained by NLnet Labs. Authoritative and not…

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How to configure Unbound with DNSSEC validation on FreeBSD 9.0

Unbound is an implementation of a DNS resolver that does caching and DNSSEC validation. It’is written and maintained by NLnet Labs. It’s recursive and caching so if you need an authoritative DNS nameserver please consider using NSD and…

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How to run master and slave NSD on FreeBSD 9.0

[Running FreeBSD10? Check my new article: How to run master NSD on FreeBSD 10.0]. NSD  is  a  complete  implementation of an authoritative DNS nameserver written and maintained by NLnet Labs. Authoritative and not recursive. If you…

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How to run NSD with DNSSEC on Ubuntu 11.10

Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) is a set of extensions to DNS documented since 2005 by RFCs 4033, 4034, 4035. Today there are some additions to those extensions. DNSSEC adds an end to end…

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Posted in GNU/Linux How to Ubuntu

How to configure Unbound on Ubuntu 11.10

Unbound is an implementation of a DNS resolver that does caching and DNSSEC validation. It’is written and maintained by NLnet Labs. It’s recursive and caching so if you need an authoritative DNS nameserver please consider…

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Posted in GNU/Linux How to Ubuntu

How to configure master and slave NSD on Ubuntu 11.10

NSD  is  a  complete  implementation of an authoritative DNS nameserver written and maintained by NLnet Labs. Authoritative and not recursive. If you need a recursive and caching resolver please consider using Unbound and reading my article “How…

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