[External] How can I launch a private Internet DNS server?

Kevin A. McGrail kmcgrail at pccc.com
Thu Oct 15 16:41:33 UTC 2020

On 10/15/2020 12:36 PM, Jason Long via bind-users wrote:
> I have a question about launching a DNS server with CentOS for hosting
> a web server. Excuse me, if my question is so basic and funny. I need
> expert advice about it.
> I registered a domain name for my web site and in the panel of it, I
> can enter my DNS server IP addresses. I want to launch a CentOS DNS
> server that my Web site using it and users can visit my website from
> the Internet. These two servers (DNS and Web server) are in a local
> network and connected to the Internet with a Gateway. Each server has
> an internal and a public IP address.
> I want to enter my DNS server IP address in my website panel and after
> it, users can visit my website from the Internet. I'm thankful if
> anyone show me a tutorial to launch my DNS server for this goal.
> All tutorials that I found on the internet are about internal DNS
> servers, but I want to launch a DNS server for hosting my website.
> Is Internet DNS server just possible for providers?

Do you have a hosting service with a static IP that doesn't block ports
53 for TCP and UDP?  That's a hard and fast requirement to even consider
this route.


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