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Is possible to add allow transfer option to /etc/named.conf via WHM?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ksgboy, Jul 24, 2014.

  1. ksgboy

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    If this is not possible how can i add this by shh?

    My provider told me that i have to do this myself but i never use ssh.

    What i read on the internet i have to login vis ssh like a root user and thats what i can do

    i think this command is to go to file /etc/named.conf

    vi /etc/named.conf

    and now i have to add this?

    options {
    // Additional details
    allow-transfer {213.251.xxx.xxx};
    notify yes;
    }
     
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    Hi

    Yes, you may add transfers to your named.conf through ssh. This can be done by using utility called putty.

    Once you installed putty in your windows system, use your server ip as host user as root and password.
    You will be connected to ssh terminal. You can add this transfer block named.conf file and restart named service.
     
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    @ksgboy, what is it you're hoping to do exactly? Not editing the file, but why you need to, is what I'm wondering.
     
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