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The root zone's nameservers change over time, don't assume this list is current. Always download a new version of db.cache once or twice year is sufficient. The best place to get update about this file is bind-users mailing list. NET ; ; last update: Feb 04, 2008 ; related version of root zone: 2008020400 ; ; formerly NS. Updating the root servers on the DNS servers, by default when DNS server is installed a list of root servers comes with the server.In this Tutorial we are going to update the list on a server and use that server as basis to update other servers.The first step is to check the root hints on the following site: ftp://internic.net/domain/db.cache After that we can open the DNS Manager, and then click on Root Hints.
Update the entries based on the file that you accessed at the beginning of this Tutorial." ; configuration file of BIND domain name servers). ; ; This file is made available by Inter NIC ; under anonymous FTP as ; file /domain/db.cache ; on server FTP. As you can see in my case several IPv6 addresses are added and on the h.even an extra IPv4 address.Click on Apply and OK to close the Properties window. When the server starts up, it uses the root hints to find a root name server and get the most recent list of root name servers.