Dns delegation and the problem with DNS delegation are not new topics for many people.

In fact, most systems already have these features in place, but many people are still unaware of how they work and how they can be abused.

One of the ways you can avoid delegation problems is to configure your DNS server to use a private, domain-specific DNS server.

You can do this by either manually configuring the server, or by using the -D option when running the DNS daemon.

We’ll look at how to configure a private domain-dns server in this article.

You will also need to enable IPv6 support for your DNS servers.

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