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I'm trying to understand how (or if) a DNS server differentiates between a sub-domain setup as a zone and one setup as a record within a domain zone on the same server. I'm trying to deploy some Power DNS servers as an internal DNS host, and I've got the recursor working, and the authoritative working, but the only thing I don't have functional is the reverse lookups. I want to setup 2 forwarding name servers with powerdns for customer sites.
Of course, most large scale Power DNS users have web-interfaces and scripts to provision the database.
But out of the box, you could either use the pretty cool ‘BIND’ backend in Power DNS.. Today I’m proud to announce that for the first time I personally enjoy editing my domains with Power DNS.
For this demo, install packages ‘pdns-server’ (‘pdns’ on RHEL/Cent OS) and ‘pdns-backend-sqlite3’ (although these examples work just as well for the My SQL, Postgre SQL and ODBC backends).
Next, we need to create a database, in this case sqlite3 : If everything is ok, it will tell you the exact version of Power DNS you are running (this can of course be disabled).