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Hi,

I am running FreeBSD and I woudl like to know if there is a better way to adminster bind besides the command line. I would like to delegate DNS request to my fellow coworkers without having the need for them to ssh into the server. Is there a web interface available to manage bind?

Thanks!
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Manage BIND or edit zone files?
webmin?
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