ISP best practices
akennedy at cyberlinktech.com
Thu May 21 15:40:31 CDT 2009
Bind is fully capable of IPv6. When combined with Webmin (www.webmin.com),
I'm not sure how much easier Bind can get. Webmin will also keep DNSSEC keys
up to date with changes, so long as you make those changes from within
Webmin. If you make changes in CLI, you can tell Webmin to rehash the keys
manually. It's as simple as clicking a GUI button.
On 5/21/09 11:06 AM, "Curtis Maurand" <cmaurand at xyonet.com> wrote:
> Check out www.powerdns.com as an alternative to bind. Its faster, more
> secure, does IPV6 and easier to maintain.
> Philip Lavine wrote:
>> To all,
>> I am sure this has been asked 10 to the 1 millionth power times, however may
>> be the rules have changed. I am looking to set up a really small ISP with a
>> few /24's. I want to host DNS as well. Is there any whitepapers/howtos/best
>> practices on setting up multihomed BGP and DNS with BIND so I don't blow up
>> the Internet.
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