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Re: www forward with bind

Sebastiaan(S.Breedveld@ITS.TUDelft.NL) is reported to have said:
> Hello,
> I use bind for my domain and I am trying to forward any www queries to the
> providers' server. So suppose my domain name is domain.com, I want that
> every www.domain.com is redirected to www.me.provider.com.
> I have tried various variations in the zone files, like:
> www             IN      CNAME	www.me.provider.com.
> but I have not gotten it to work.
> I know it can be done when a http daemon is installed, but I am not
> allowed to open port 80 on my computer, so I would like to redirect the
> www queries by dns. Other solutions are welcome.

Look at your /etc/bind/named.conf file

forward first;
forwarders {
     your ISP's name server address 

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