How to configure DNS in CentOS

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How do I configure DNS in CentOS?

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BIND is open-source software that implements the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols for the Internet. The name BIND stands for “Berkeley Internet Name Domain”, because the software originated at the University of California at Berkeley. BIND is by far the most widely used DNS software on the Internet. (This is for ur information only).

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  • Sixball
    We always configure the DNS settings when doing an install... :)
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  • Usm
    check out this link http://linuxgravity.com/configuring-bind9-domain-name-server-on-centos-or-red-hat
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