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Old 8th November 2009, 04:13
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Default DNS MyDNS to Bind

Good evening, been hunting around for a while for an answer to this one.

MyDNS doesn't appear to have any way to automatically send notifications to a slave when updated through ISPConfig, at least that I can tell. Is this correct?

If so, how does one then switch from MyDNS to BIND after ISPConfig is installed? I tried uninstalling MyDNS, erasing it's config files, etc, then running the ISPConfig update.php script. However when it went through reconfiguring all the modules it kept picking up MyDNS again.

Is there a way to make it switch to BIND?

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Old 9th November 2009, 12:14
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The current ispconfig 3 stable version does not support bind. Bind will be supported starting with the 3.0.2 release.
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