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How do I make my DNS server resolve external addresses?

Hi guys, I would just like to know what I need to do to make my DNS server resolve external websites, I connect directly to my DNS server from my PC and my DNS can resolve all of the records hosted in it but if, for example I try to go to google.com then it won’t resolve.

I’m using BIND on an Ubuntu 12.04 x64 Droplet.

Thanks in advance, Francis


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Forgot semi-colon after } on last line.

acl internals { 127.0.0.0/8; 192.168.1.0/24;}; <br> <br>options { <br>… <br>… <br> recursion yes; <br> allow-recursion { ::1 ; internals; }; <br>}

You have to allow recursion in named.conf