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Re: Migration from BIND 4.9 to 9.2 or Microsoft DNS

bind-users-bounce@isc.org wrote on 10/11/2004 11:27:26 AM:
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> Do you know of any problems I might encounter if I migrate to BIND ver 9
> (latest)

You should not have any problems.  However, you should read all the docs 
that come with BIND 9.  If you start with the "README" file you will find 
this statement:

"If you are upgrading from BIND 8, please read the migration
        notes in doc/misc/migration.  If you are upgrading from
        BIND 4, read doc/misc/migration-4to9."

I highly recommend going through all of the docs before moving forward.

Dave...


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> Do you know of any problems I might encounter if I migrate to Microsoft
> DNS I don't what version it is, or if it has versions at all
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> Mokwena Motseto
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