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7.3.1.5. Using your nameservers locally

Once the nameserver is working, you can configure your local clients to use it:

named . Edit the file /etc/resolv.conf , or for Fedora Linux systems, use the menu option System->Administration->Network(the system-config-network tool, also known as neat) and adjust the entries in the DNS tab. For other operating systems, use the appropriate network configuration tool (such as the Microsoft Windows Control Panel).

named server is used as the domain name server. Consult the device documentation for configuration information.

If you configure only your local clients to use your nameserver, any zones that you have configured are accessible only to those clients.


7.3.1.4. Configuring a slave nameserver | Fedora Linux | 7.3.1.6. Serving domain information to the Internet