How To Set Up A DNS Server With BIND On Ubuntu

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Summary:
BIND is an acronym for Berkeley Internet Name Domain which is the most widely used DNS software on the Internet and the de factor standard on many Unix-like operating systems. Today I'm going to show you how to install BIND on your Ubuntu machine.


Content:

The following screen shots show you step-by-step instructions as to how to install BIND on your machine. After this, you can use any Windows or Linux machine pointing to your computer to query for the DNS information.

It's recommended to have your system's date and time updated properly before proceeding. It's not mandatory. However, it would be very essential if you are going to install other software on the client and you need to synchronise between the server and the client. Sometimes it can give you error messages just because the time is not identical.
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