Can I build a new DNS/BIND system parallel to our existing DNS production system?
johnmill at brandeis.edu
Thu May 3 18:11:08 UTC 2012
It's entirely possible to roll out a parallel BIND installation. We're
doing something similar at Brandeis right now--a mix of BIND and
PowerDNS servers. I take it that your current BIND setup is purely
authoritative? Or is it also handling recursive requests?
On 05/03/2012 12:14 PM, Samad Agha wrote:
> Dear DNS/BIND gurus,
> I am the sole Unix/Linux/Backup Admin for a midsize city in California.
> I also inherited a old DNS/BIND (BIND 8.2.2-P5) system running on a
> Sun-Fire-V210 with Solaris 8 on it. The city is comprised of a
> hotchpotch of many Windows domains/domain-controllers, WINS servers, and
> Windows based recursive DNS servers. My DNS/BIND skill set
> is elementary and I just ordered two DNS books to start learning it in
> depth (DNS & BIND Cookbook and DNS and BIND; 5th Edition
> 1- Is it possible to treat the entire environment as brand new, start
> building a couple of Linux name servers running the latest and greatest
> BIND S/W, start populating it in parallel with our current production
> system, and once the new system is completely up and running, turn off
> the two Sun-Fire-V210s.
> 2- If step#1 is possible, as a minimum (H/W, S/W) what do I need for a
> complete DNS/BIND system satisfying all the city's DNS needs
> (internal/external resolutions).
> Any architectural/implementation/best practices advice would be highly
> Many thanks in advance,
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