What operating systems are you currently trying to run bind on?
Have you googled for a basic BIND howto such as
http://howtoforge.com/traditional_dns_howto


On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 2:20 PM, Bob Hoffman wrote:

> Hi, willing to pay for help.
>
> I have read book after book and still cannot figure where to start or
> exactly what to do.
> Most books are for networks and this is driving me crazy.
> I cannot find anyone to hire to help me.
>
> Situation.....
>
> I have built a webserver and am testing it at home. It will be colocated
> in
> the future, but at the moment, no sites are pointing at it. It is a
> standalone webserver and nothing will be linked to it (except the
> internet).
>
> I would like it to have its own nameserver for the 3 or four sites I am
> putting on it.
>
> At home, in testing, I would like the nameserver set up and working for
> resolve issues of virtual host and the like.
>
> For the colo, I believe only a few settings would have to be changed to go
> from the home to the colo (such as ip addresses and the like)
>
> 50 an hour. Doubt this should take more than 3 hours. The extra time in
> the
> three hours can be spent going over a few security issues regarding DNS.
>
> This is just a standalone server. I have a lot of books on this, but
> nothing
> seems to deal with just a basic nameserver and the actual files you need
> to
> adjust. Each book talks about everything all at once and many are
> contradicting each other.
>
> Just shoot me please.
> bob@bobhoffman.com
>
>
>