BIND 4.9.7 for NT and XFRNETS
Vassilii at icomverse.com
Wed Nov 3 10:13:14 UTC 1999
No you will not.
192.168.0.0 by itself is equivalent to 192.168.0.0&255.255.255.0, not to
192.168.0.0&255.255.0.0 as 192 to 223 (including) in the highest octet means
a class C network.
Why do you want to shorten the XFRNETS param?
From: Stanley Liu [mailto:stanley.liu at tmca.com.au]
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 7:45 AM
To: comp-protocols-dns-bind at moderators.uu.net
Subject: BIND 4.9.7 for NT and XFRNETS
In an intranet environment (internal DNS), I have the following XFRNETS
XFRNETS 18.104.22.168&255.255.0.0 192.168.0.0&255.255.0.0
I need to allow more zone transfers. I want to shorten the XFRNETS
Will I get the same result by removing the mask like
XFRNETS 22.214.171.124 192.168.0.0
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