CNAME and OTHER data error
chris at megabytecoffee.com
Fri Nov 12 19:42:39 UTC 1999
Yeah, I caught that a few hours later. This is what working 25 hours straight
does to me. (or perhaps it's just latent dyslexia that hasn't shown up until I
started messing with DNS)
Cricket Liu wrote:
> > It's late, I'm sure I'm looking over something stupid, but how the heck
> > does this violate the CNAME and OTHER data rule? I thought that was only
> > a problem when you had a CNAME round robin like setup.
> > www IN CNAME @
> > mail IN CNAME @
> > mail IN MX 10 @
> > @ IN A xx.xx.xx.xx
> > It's choking on the MX line.
> Yeah, because you said mail was an alias for the origin, and then you tried
> to attach an MX record to mail. Which is it? Is mail an alias for the
> or is it a canonical name that can have an MX record?
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