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Old 15th July 2008, 22:33
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Default BIND server in ISPConfig general question...

All the named sites under ISPConfig are up and running well and accessible by domain.name. But the system says BIND is not running on boot up. I can manually start it and all still runs well. This isn't a problem just a general configuration question as ISPConfig seems to be running a separate DNS than the main BIND one. I want to write some code that does dynamic DNS updating of the sites on my server.

Does ISPConfig use the same DNS configuration files as the default BIND? I'm curious how the names are still resolving when the BIND9 server is stopped.
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