Guide – How To Start – DNS Server (IaaS) on Linux CentOS 8.3 on Amazon

This DNS Server (IaaS) Image is packaged to leverage cost-effectiveness, scalability and flexibility. The product has charges associated with it for support, maintenance, and pre-configuration to be instantaneously deployed on AWS Marketplace with all security and enterprise standards.

This is a quick deployment and ready-to-run image.
Simple and rapid installation. Easy to maintain.

The guide how to work with the DNS Server (IaaS) on Linux CentOS 8.3

Connecting via PuTTY

1 Open ports: TCP 10000 and UDP 53

2  To connect to a VM, you need the PuTTy application to connect via ssh. You can download it at the following link – Download

3 Launch PuTTY. Click “SSH”. Then “Auth”. Click “Browse” and add the key “PPK”

4 After adding the key, click “Session” and in the field “Host Name (or IP address)” enter the IP address of the virtual machine and click “Open”

5 Click “Accept”

6 In the console that opens, you must enter the standard login that appears when creating a virtual machine  “Centos” 

And press “Enter”

Browser connection

1 Enter https://ip:10000  in the browser line

2 Click “Advanced”.

3 Then select “Proceed to IP VM (unsafe)”

4 Enter “Username”root

   “Password” – Enter “Instance ID”deployed VM and click “Sign in”

5 Click “Servers” then select “BIND DNS Server”

6 Select “Create master zone”

7 Fill in the required data

8 The zone created by you appeared in the list of zones, go to it

9 Go to “Address”

10 Add a new address by filling in all the fields

11 You need to “update” the configuration after adding records.

12 Initial setup completed. 

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