Well, 20+ years after I first started playing with computers, I finally achieved my dream. My own little static IP and business internet connection. Not crazy fast or anything, but hey, no blocked ports... I can run my own server! The beauty of the first world =D That was after I got a PowerEdge 860 as a gift. I don't give a flying damn if it's old and not impressive at all. It looks like a server, and it is effin' noise like the ones I dreamed about since forever, so the kid in me is raving. I am having fun. My wife is not, but... well... 1) I can't hear a thing she says right now; and 2) kitchen appliances! =) After replacing the Pentium D with a Xeon X3220 and max'ing the hell out of the RAM up to staggering 8GBs, I got 2 3TB failing hard drives that a client was tossing out and it's on CentOS 7 with more storage than I could ever hope to use, even though it probably will crap out on me (hopefully not so) soon. SSH, Apache and Nextcloud running, but not really set up properly just yet. I realized that I want to move my domain out of NoSupportLinuxHosting - because why pay 1 dollar a month now that I am being deafened by that beast of a server, eh? - and even though I could use free DNS from the company I buy the domain name from, there's no learning in that. So I wanted to use my own little noisy blade of pure fun as the primary DNS, and the free offer will be the secondary. Trouble is, even though I could find tons of stuff about setting up a caching server, I was not able to find anything that would get me going with that particular stupid idea I have. Thus, I would really like to tap the wealth of amazing knowledge only found @ [H], and see if one of the fine folks here are able to steer me into the right direction. TL;DR: got server, static IP, want to learn how to set it up as a primary dns for a domain name.