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Deploy360 7 November 2014

Video: BIND and DNSSEC – What Is New?

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

How does BIND work with DNSSEC? How easy is it to configure? What new features does it have that makes DNSSEC signing simple? How does it work as a DNSSEC-validating resolver? To answer these questions, I interviewed Eddy Winstead about BIND and what it can do with DNSSEC. We discussed BIND’s features as well as new training programs and documentation. It was an enjoyable interview that we recorded while Eddy and I were both at ICANN 51 in Los Angeles.  You can read more and download BIND from http://www.isc.org/ and more information about DNSSEC can be found from our Start Here page.

Enjoy!

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