Tag: dns

BIND server and DNS service on QNAP TS-453mini

QTS 4.x and the App Center have many applications et services available for Qnap. But there don’t seem to be a stand-alone DNS service. DNS can be enabled when configuring QNAP as a Domain Controller but -1- I don’t need a DC -2- that feature seems to go down quite often. So let’s run the good old BIND boy.

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Solve unbound error about root.key

I wrote about running unbound and nsd on OpenBSD 5.6 here. The other day, the VM that runs those went to DDB. On reboot, I got the following error message : unbound: [16897:0] error: ldns error while converting string to RR at15: Syntax error, could not parse the RR’s type: spamd: \\[priv\\] unbound: [16897:0] error: failed to load trust anchor…

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From Bind to nsd and unbound on OpenBSD 5.6

I’ve been using Bind as a primary, slave or cache name server for all my IT life. But it seems Bind is being kicked out of OpenBSD. So far so good, I’m gonna use what’s provided by my favorite OS to do the job. Here’s how to use nsd and unbound daemons to serve as an internal authoritative DNS nameserver…

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