Sorry for the slow reply, Pete. I'm not sure what you define as "Bind
9.x advanced," but most of my knowledge has come from webinars, the
bind-users list, conference talks, and three books:
- DNS and BIND (Albitz and Liu - everyone's read this one)
- Pro DNS and BIND (Aitcheson - maybe not as familiar, but more recent
and quite good)
- Alternative DNS Servers (Mens - starting to age a bit, but good info
Definitely buy these if you haven't already.
Doing a quick search for "BIND training" gave me a bunch of overseas
stuff, but the following from Men and Mice might be what you're looking for:
Looks like there's some stuff in NYC and DC later this year. They also
do on-site training. Men and Mice is a commercial IPAM vendor, but
their training sounds like it uses vanilla BIND. No idea how good/bad
You might also talk with Shumon Huque from UPenn. He's given DNS talks
at both LISA and LOPSA-East in the past year, so he might be willing to
put something together.
Sorry I can't say "use this vendor--they're awesome and in the US," but
hopefully this gives you some more to go on.
On 06/11/2013 02:23 PM, Peter P Morrissey wrote:
> Good question. Bind 9.x advanced is what I am primarily interest in.
> From: John Miller [[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 1:52 PM
> To: The EDUCAUSE Network Management Constituent Group Listserv
> Cc: Peter P Morrissey
> Subject: Re: [NETMAN] DNS Training?
> Hi Pete,
> What do you want your employee to get out of the training? Would this
> be your basic "Configure BIND" tutorial, or do you want this person to
> learn all about DNSSEC, auto key signing, etc.? What DNS servers are
> you running?
> On 06/11/2013 01:30 PM, Peter P Morrissey wrote:
>> Anyone aware of any good DNS training that occurs somewhere besides
>> Canada? This person I need to send would need a special Visa to go there.
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