DDNS testing

Wlodek Wencel wlodek at isc.org
Wed Jun 11 10:14:55 UTC 2014

On 06/06/2014 03:15 AM, Shawn Routhier wrote:
>> I'm assuming you mean BIND9?  I can tarball up what I did for my manual
>> testing using BIND9.  It might give you a leg up or at least some
>> ideas.    For each DNS server instance I wanted, I created a directory
>> tree which housed its configuration files and db files, and then wrote a
>> script that let me start, stop, reload configuration, reset database for
>> a given DNS server.   Made things pretty easy.   If you're not familiar
>> with rndc (BIND9's remote control program) you should read up on it.
Yes, that will be Bind 9. That could be useful if you share that :)
> You also may want to note that you can run multiple copies of Bind9 in one machine
> using different addresses.  You don't need to have a separate VM for each bind
> instance you want.

Thanks for all replies :) but no one addressed the main issue. So I'll 
keep to Stephens plan, and start working over DDNS testing.


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