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&Base Host Name
&Basics
&IP Addresses
&Mail Relay
&Master DNS Server IP
&Name Server
&Name Server to Add
&Priority
&Record Key
&SOA
&System Log
&Weight
<li>Domains: %1</li>
<li>Forwarders: %1</li>
<p>
Each type of record has its own syntax defined in the RFC.</p>
<p>
If this is not a reverse zone, you can see which zones are generated
from the current on in the <b>Connected Reverse Zones</b> field.</p>
<p>
Reverse zone records can be generated from another master zone.
Select the <b>Automatically Generate Records From</b>
check-box and choose the zone to generate the records from.</p>
<p>
Select <b>Log to System Log</b> to save DNS server log messages to the system log.
To save the DNS server log messages to a separate file, select
<b>Log to File</b> and set the <b>Filename</b> to which to save the log and
the <b>Maximum Size</b> of the log file.
The DNS server automatically rotates the log files. Use <b>Maximum Versions</b>
to specify how many log files should be saved.</p>
<p>
To allow dynamic updates of the zone, set <b>Allow Dynamic Updates</b>
and select the <b>TSIG Key</b>. At least one TSIG key must be defined
before the zone can be updated dynamically.</p>
<p>
To allow transports of the zone, set <b>Enable Zone Transport</b>
and select the <b>ACLs</b> to check when a remote host
attempts to transfer the zone. At least one ACL must be defined
to allow zone transports.</p>