barmar at genuity.net
Thu Oct 25 17:40:15 UTC 2001
In article <9r9cn7$spt at pub3.rc.vix.com>,
GARY SMITH <garys at strategic.ca> wrote:
>I believe I understand the concept of how hidden DNS works by setting your
>ISP's DNS as a secondary and removing your own DNS name record.
>Pardon me for being new to this but how do you implement this from my side,
>what do you have to put in or take out of what file.
Don't put in an NS record in your domain that points to your server. Or if
you already did, take it out.
>Are changes made to just the zone file or is it in /named.boot or
>/named.conf file also.
It's just the zone file.
Also, when you register the domain with the parent domain registrar, don't
mention your server. Just list the secondary nameservers that are
operating as secondaries (if the registration form specifically asks for
primary and secondary servers, put one of the ISP's servers as primary --
the distinction is really irrelevant to the registrar, so they shouldn't
even ask the questions this way, but many still do out of habit).
Barry Margolin, barmar at genuity.net
Genuity, Woburn, MA
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