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  1. Apache versus Bind

    Hello, my configuration is Centos 6 and I have all the services that are restarting, like Apache php mysqld and I have changed its name, but somehow I realized that when installing Bind on your server with port 53, which is the Default for ipv4, apache turns off the lights, so I went to change the default port of Apache to 53 and it came back to light, but I still do not have it linked to the domain, it gives me the error
    the server can not find NXDOMAIN, my first question is: Apache and Bind have to keep the same port?


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