Berkeley Internet Name Domain

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Berkeley Internet Name Domain definition

networking
(BIND) An implementation of a DNS server developed and distributed by the University of California at Berkeley.
Many Internet hosts run BIND, and it is the ancestor of many commercial implementations.
(1997-12-15)

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