ISC DNS server settings in IPAM
The following settings and specifications are required for IPAM to access your ISC DNS servers.
Nested configurations are not supported.
|Base version for ISC||
POSIX compliant Linux distributions
IPAM seeks the configuration file in one of the following path:
If the default file path is different for your distribution you may of course create a soft link. Or create /etc/named.conf file, and include rest of configuration files in it.
Configure an ISC DNS server
On a new installation of ISC DHCP from a terminal prompt:
- Enter the following command to install the DNS server program:
apt-get install bind9 bind9utils
apt install bind9 bind9utils
(depending on the Debian/Ubuntu version)
For Centos/RHEL, enter:
yum install bind
- To change the default configuration, edit the file:
- Assign a static IP to the interface that you use for DHCP.
Verify that the ISC service is running so IPAM can communicate with your ISC DNS server. After you edit the configuration file, restart the service.
To begin managing your ISC servers, they must first be added to IPAM. See Add DNS servers to IPAM for more information.