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I have a Windows DNS server and would like to import all of the DNS entries into BIND. Is there an *easy* way to accomplish that?
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Set bind up as a secondary. When you restart the service it'll do a zone transfer and download all the records. Then just change it from a secondary to a primary and you'll have all the data.
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oh :-)
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