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blok domain dengan bind

 nb: mungkin dah ada yang publish, tetapi ini berdasar pengalaman pribadi ( dah lama cuman baru mod nulisnya :D )

--goal--
intinya adalah untuk mem- blok domain yang kita inginkan sehingga user tidak bisa meng- akses.

--peralatan--
peralatan yang perlu disiapkan antaralain :
- secangkir kopi
- cemilan apa aja ( rilex can be fun :D )
- http://dns-bh.sagadc.org/files/spywaredomains.zones
    *sesuaikan letak file zone nya dengan file zone settingan anda
- bind sudah ter-install dengan baik di server(gateway). intinya, ready to use.

--1--
tambahkan pada file /etc/bind/named.conf.local
include "/etc/bind/spywaredomains.zones";

--2--
restart bind anda :
/etc/init.d/bind9 restart

--cek n jajal--
root@traficmng# nslookup facebook.com
Server:  192.168.1.112
Address: 192.168.1.112#53

Name: facebook.com
Address: 192.168.1.112
NB: - facebook.com sudah inputkan dalam file spywaredomains.zones.
- Uji coba pada kubuntu 10.04 :D


--saran--
bisa di gabung dengan crontab atau yang script lain, untuk penjadwalan jam berapa saja domain di block :D


have fun..

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