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  <TITLE>BIND Version 8 Online Documentation</TITLE>

<H2>BIND Version 8 Online Documentation</H2>

<H3>BIND 8 Highlights</H3>

<LI>DNS Dynamic Updates
(<A HREF=>RFC 2136</A>)</LI>
<LI>DNS Change Notification
(<A HREF=>RFC 1996</A>)</LI>
<LI>Completely new configuration syntax</LI>
<LI>Flexible, categorized logging system</LI>
<LI>IP-address-based access control for queries, zone transfers, and
updates that may be specified on a zone-by-zone basis</LI>
<LI>More efficient zone transfers</LI>
<LI>Improved performance for servers with thousands of zones</LI>
<LI>The server no longer forks for outbound zone transfers</LI>
<LI>Many bug fixes</LI>

<H3><A HREF="config.html">Configuration File Guide</A></H3>

<H3><A HREF="master.html">Master File Format</A></H3>

<LI><A HREF="">
The latest production release</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="">
The latest public test release</A></LI>

<H3>Bug Reports and Comments</H3>
<P>Send bug reports to
<A HREF=""></A>.

<H3>DNS Related Newsgroups</H3>
<LI><A HREF="news:comp.protocols.dns.bind">Using BIND</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="news:comp.protocols.dns.ops">DNS Operations</A></LI>
<LI><A HREF="news:comp.protocols.dns.std">DNS Standards</A></LI>

<H3><A HREF="">The Internet Software Consortium</A></H3>

BIND is supported by the Internet Software Consortium, and
although it is free for use and redistribution and incorporation into
vendor products and export and anything else you can think of, it
costs money to produce.  That money comes from ISPs, hardware and
software vendors, companies who make extensive use of the software,
and generally kind hearted folk such as yourself.

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