Slave DNS Server & Manager download version

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Slave DNS Server & Manager download version – installation instructions
Please read more detailed info here.

For Slave DNS Manager is recommended that you have a clean server with CWP which will be used as Slave DNS (ns2).

Create a New Account on the CWPpro Server
* This is the server you plan to use as Slave DNS Server & Manager
username: recommended is slave (as it will be used in the tutorial)
domain: domain which you plan to use for slave dns manager gui and API access

Download Slave DNS Manage and upload it to public_html folder on your cwp account

cd /home/USERNAME/public_html
wget http://dl1.centos-webpanel.com/files/cwp/addons/cwp-slave_dns.zip
unzip cwp-slave_dns.zip
mv slave_dns/* .
rm -f index.html

Fix file permissions (you can do that also from cwp)

chown -R USERNAME.USERNAME /home/USERNAME/public_html/*

MySQL: Create User and Database
Go to CWP module: MySQL Manager –> Create Database and User

Edit file /home/USERNAME/public_html/inc/db_conn.php.sample and enter your database connection details
Rename sample file to get DB connection into production

mv inc/db_conn.php.sample inc/db_conn.php

Import database by using PhpMyAdmin or with MySQL command

mysql DATABASENAME 

Create permissions for the user to be able to control the bind DNS.
Replace USERNAME with the user of the account you had created in cwp

FILENAME: /etc/sudoers.d/USERNAME

%USERNAME  ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl start named
%USERNAME  ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl stop named
%USERNAME  ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl restart named
%USERNAME  ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl reload named
%USERNAME  ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl status named
%USERNAME  ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl is-active named
touch /etc/named/slave.conf
chmod 771 /etc/named
usermod -a -G named USERNAME
chown USERNAME.named /etc/named/slave.conf

mkdir /var/named/slave
chown named.named /var/named/slave

Add after options{} where other include lines are specifed

//Slave dns configuration
include "/etc/named/slave.conf";

Now you can login to DNS Manager GUI by using a domain link of the account you have created

Default login for DNS Manager GUI admin/root
Username: root
Password: FX8QKxvQ
* Please change the default password after the first login

Adding WebServers to DNS
- On dns manager GUI create a new user for each server or use a single for all webservers if you plan to transfer accounts from one to another webserver.
- On CWP WebServer go to DNS Functions -> Slave DNS Manager

For Slave Host you need to use the same URL you are accessing DNS Manager GUI, example

http://slave-dns.manager.domain.com

* You can also add this as an addon domain to the account later.

CWPpro WebServer configuration

Edit File: /etc/named.conf and add this in options section before closing }

//Slave dns configuration
allow-transfer {111.112.113.114;};
allow-recursion {111.112.113.114;};
also-notify {111.112.113.114;};
masterfile-format text;
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