Domain Name System (DNS) servers, or name servers, are used to resolve an IP address to a hostname or vice versa. The Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) is most commonly used to set up a DNS server on the Internet. 1,148 more words
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Setting up LXC containers to run with ISC DHCPd and BIND instead of dnsmasq, along with domain name spoofing/caching
By default, lxc-net setup containers to work along with dnsmasq, which provides both DNS and dhcpd services, name resolution and IP attribution.
Recommended setup of lxc-net includes /etc/lxc/dnsmasq.conf that only states “dhcp-hostsfile=…” and the said dhcp-hostfiles as /etc/lxc/dnsmasq-hosts.conf with a line “hostname,IP” per host. 2,143 more words
I am currently experimenting running an IPv6 only WLAN at work, so thought I’d try experimenting at home. Whereas at work we have a CSR1000v to perform the NAT64 and a separate Linux VM for DNS64, the config below details combining both functions on a Raspberry Pi (RPi). 293 more words