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Index

Symbols

/etc/named.conf (see BIND)

A

authoritative name server (see BIND)

B

Berkeley Internet Name Domain (see BIND)
BIND
additional resources, Online Resources
installed documentation, Installed Documentation
common mistakes, Common Mistakes to Avoid
configuration
acl statement, Common Statement Types
comment tags, Comment Tags
controls statement, Other Statement Types
include statement, Common Statement Types
key statement, Other Statement Types
logging statement, Other Statement Types
options statement, Common Statement Types
server statement, Other Statement Types
trusted-keys statement, Other Statement Types
view statement, Other Statement Types
zone statement, Common Statement Types
directories
/etc/named/, Configuring the named Service
/var/named/, Editing Zone Files
/var/named/data/, Editing Zone Files
/var/named/dynamic/, Editing Zone Files
/var/named/slaves/, Editing Zone Files
features
Automatic Zone Transfer (AXFR), Incremental Zone Transfers (IXFR)
DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC), DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC)
Incremental Zone Transfer (IXFR), Incremental Zone Transfers (IXFR)
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)
multiple views, Multiple Views
Transaction SIGnature (TSIG), Transaction SIGnatures (TSIG)
files
/etc/named.conf, Configuring the named Service, Configuring the Utility
/etc/rndc.conf, Configuring the Utility
/etc/rndc.key, Configuring the Utility
resource record, Name server Zones
types
authoritative name server, Name server Types
primary (master) name server, Name server Zones, Name server Types
recursive name server, Name server Types
secondary (slave) name server, Name server Zones, Name server Types
utilities
dig, BIND as a Name server, Using the dig Utility, DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC)
named, BIND as a Name server, Configuring the named Service
rndc, BIND as a Name server, Using the rndc Utility
zones
$INCLUDE directive, Common Directives
$ORIGIN directive, Common Directives
$TTL directive, Common Directives
A (Address) resource record, Common Resource Records
CNAME (Canonical Name) resource record, Common Resource Records
comment tags, Comment Tags
description, Name server Zones
example usage, A Simple Zone File, A Reverse Name Resolution Zone File
MX (Mail Exchange) resource record, Common Resource Records
NS (Nameserver) resource record, Common Resource Records
PTR (Pointer) resource record, Common Resource Records
SOA (Start of Authority) resource record, Common Resource Records
bonding (see channel bonding)

C

channel bonding
configuration, Using Channel Bonding
description, Using Channel Bonding
parameters to bonded interfaces, Bonding Module Directives
channel bonding interface (see kernel module)

D

DHCP, DHCP Servers
additional resources, Additional Resources
command-line options, Starting and Stopping the Server
dhcpd.conf, Configuration File
dhcpd.leases, Starting and Stopping the Server
dhcpd6.conf, DHCP for IPv6 (DHCPv6)
DHCPv6, DHCP for IPv6 (DHCPv6)
dhcrelay, DHCP Relay Agent
global parameters, Configuration File
group, Configuration File
options, Configuration File
reasons for using, Why Use DHCP?
Relay Agent, DHCP Relay Agent
server configuration, Configuring a DHCP Server
shared-network, Configuration File
starting the server, Starting and Stopping the Server
stopping the server, Starting and Stopping the Server
subnet, Configuration File
dhcpd.conf, Configuration File
dhcpd.leases, Starting and Stopping the Server
dhcrelay, DHCP Relay Agent
dig (see BIND)
DNS
definition, DNS Servers
(see also BIND)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (see DHCP)

K

kernel module
bonding module, Using Channel Bonding
description, Using Channel Bonding
parameters to bonded interfaces, Bonding Module Directives
module parameters
bonding module parameters, Bonding Module Directives

M

Multihomed DHCP
host configuration, Host Configuration
server configuration, Configuring a Multihomed DHCP Server

N

name server (see DNS)
named (see BIND)
NIC
binding into single channel, Using Channel Bonding

P

primary name server (see BIND)

R

recursive name server (see BIND)
resource record (see BIND)
rndc (see BIND)
root name server (see BIND)

S

secondary name server (see BIND)
Squid, Squid