This configuration file is read on system start-up

These PERL libraries allows Webmin to work properly

Using links is a great way to download files off the web

Don’t forget to highlight this ‘direct link’ to download

Make sure you select ‘Save’ and not ‘Open’

./filename means it will save in our current directory

This may take 30 seconds to finish installing. Be patient.

Just copy an existing TCP rule (like port 80) and alter it

This is a very good sign :)

Webmin has become very friendly over the years

This error is expected. Click ‘Module Config’ for setup!

Don’t forget to do ‘Base for users’ & ‘Base for groups’

During our last lab we ‘migrated’ users/groups to LDAP

If everything went correctly, ‘testing_user’ can log in!

BIND contains named which is the actual DNS service

Don’t forget to ‘refresh’ your modules to find BIND

BIND is the most used DNS package on the Internet

If you own a real domain you can run DNS just like this!

We are only working with ‘A’ and ‘MX’ DNS records

Here’s how you configure an ‘A’ record (forward DNS)

You should have two records added before you leave

MX stands for ‘Mail Exchange’

Look specifically at the ‘Answer Section’ below

Again, focus on the ‘Answer Section’; Notice the 10?

Isn’t this nicer than editing configuration files?

Don’t forget to use your browser’s ‘find’ functionality

Verify that your local nameserver is first in the list

You should be able e-mail your fake domain properly

Check your logs for SPAM entries if you don’t get this!