Using a DynDNS hostname in master-statement for a bind slave?
mail at ojkastl.de
Fri Jun 27 15:27:25 UTC 2014
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sorry if this is a stupid question, I would love to get a RTFM
pointing me to the right documentation (I found none...).
My setup is like this (at least that is my plan):
In my home network I have:
Host A with bind as master for my zone example.org
Host B with bind as slave for my zone example.org, Host A set as its
The slave server (HOST B) is reachable from the internet via a dynDNS
Now I want to setup another bind as slave on a server hosted at my
provider. It should use HOST B as its master, to transfer the zone and
act as a slave.
BUT I found nothing in the documentation on how to deal with a master
server that has no fixed IP and is reachable via a dynamic hostname.
Is this possible? Or do I have to setup a VPN to connect the external
server to the home network?
Thanks in advance for any tips or tricks or hints...
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