Rather we simply concentrate in a simple configuration of a custom zone and config file for a given domain / host supporting www, mail services. Last thing before we go ahead to check a configuration is to add and IP address af a stable DNS server to a options file.
Both are lightweight alternatives to bind9 DNS server and have less RAM requirements. In this article we will not go into details of what Domain Name Service ( DNS ) is nor how DNS works.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.At this stage we will need to create a new zone file for a domain In IP address of a DNS server in many cases is provided by your Internet provider.Navigate to /etc/bind/ directory execute following sequence of commands to navigate to zones/master//etc/bind/zones/master directory will contain a zone file for a domain. IN A 192.168.0.10 ns1 IN A 192.168.0.10 ns2 IN A 192.168.0.11 www IN CNAME At this stage the bind DNS server can resolve an IP address mapped to a host. Alternatively if you are google fan use 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11.