Getting BIND

1.12.1 Problem

You need a copy of BIND to build and install.

1.12.2 Solution

BIND's source code is freely available. The source code for BIND 9.2.1, the latest release of BIND 9 as of this writing, is available via anonymous FTP from ftp.isc.org as /isc/bind9/9.2.1/bind-9.2.1.tar.gz. The source code for the latest BIND 8 release, currently 8.3.3, is available from the same host as /isc/bind/src/cur/bind-8/bind-src.tar.gz.

1.12.3 Discussion

If you're concerned about support for your operating system, you may want to check your vendor's web site to see if there's a supported patch you can apply to upgrade the version of BIND that came with your operating system to a newer version.

1.12.4 See Also

"Getting BIND" in Chapter 3 of DNS and BIND.

Getting Started

Zone Data

BIND Name Server Configuration

Electronic Mail

BIND Name Server Operations

Delegation and Registration

Security

Interoperability and Upgrading

Resolvers and Programming

Logging and Troubleshooting

IPv6



DNS & BIND Cookbook
DNS & BIND Cookbook
ISBN: 0596004109
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 220
Authors: Cricket Liu

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