Ptr updating setup files
As requested by some people, I will include instructions on how to setup a working DNS Domain from both a Primary Server standpoint and a Secondary Server standpoint.I am also going to just focus on BIND 9.x since that is the latest version being used by Debian.The most well known program in BIND is named, the daemon that responds to DNS queries from remote machines.A DNS client doesn't store DNS information; it must always refer to a DNS server to get it.
By default there are no zones, so click on New Zone from the Action menu to bring up the New Zone Wizard. Click Next when you’ve selected the type of zone to create. Here, you can choose whether clients can update DNS information in zones and if so, who can do so.
Most DNS servers are setup improperly and lead to this.
If you are setting up a home system you most likely do not need BIND installed. NOTE: Version 8.2.1 of bind and higher have a different layout.
Domain Name System (DNS) converts the name of a Web site ( to an IP address (65.1).
This step is important, because the IP address of a Web site's server, not the Web site's name, is used in routing traffic over the Internet.