We have three Authoritative DNS servers and three recursive/caching DNS servers on my campus.
DNS1- Windows 2003
DNS2- Old Red Hat —–> Replacing w/ newer version
DNS3- Windows 2008 (I installed)
Caching and Recursive resolvers servers
Server1- Windows 2003
Server2- CentOS 5.2 (I installed)
Server3- CentOS 5.3 (I installed)
I am replacing DNS2 with a newer Red Hat version, but have no documentation on how it was implemented. I have setup caching and windows authoritative servers, but not a linux secondary authoritative server. I have a perl script from the original server that pulls data from our DNS1 server. We use DJBDNS and TinyDNS on our linux servers. Our Network Engineer says the DNS2 server I am replacing is an authoritative server that doesn’t need to be caching, but the only instructions I see is for an Authoritative server that does caching as well. Can someone point me in the right directions. I thought I was on the right track with using these instructions but when I query my new dns server I get “No response from server”, I have temporarily disabled iptables to eliminate it from being an issue.
ps -aux | grep dns
avahi 3493 0.0 0.2 2600 1272 ? Ss Apr24 0:05 avahi-daemon: running [newdns2.local]
root 5254 0.0 0.1 3920 680 pts/0 R+ 09:56 0:00 grep dns
root 6451 0.0 0.0 1528 308 ? S Apr29 0:00 supervise tinydns
dnslog 6454 0.0 0.0 1540 308 ? S Apr29 0:00 multilog t ./main
tinydns 9269 0.0 0.0 1652 308 ? S Apr29 0:00 /usr/local/bin/tinydns
Finally found it.
This guide explains it step by step. (without caching)
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