DNS-Problem ??

Frank Luedke fl at isr-netcom.de
Thu Mar 2 17:42:55 UTC 2000

  Hi. I am a newby to BIND and DNS, but I have to learn it now ...:)

  I think that I have configured my bind correctly, but I still
 do not get connections within the DeNIC. An "dig domain..." 
 with my DNS looks okay. An "dig @other-nameserver domain..." looks 
 like a not-connected domain. 

  First I configured my BIND completely with webmin 0.78 but it 
 didn't work. Now configured it like the DNS HOWTO in the LDP
 and with some additional help from a friend at another 

  I located a little problem: I saw in the DeNIC-Help-pages, that
 I *have* to configure the SOA-times in a special purpose
 But the friend from another (german) ISP has the same SOA-times 
 than I have, which are different from the SOA-times mentioned by 
 the DeNIC. Therefore I think that this can not be my problem.

  My system is a RedHat 6.1 with IP aliasing (just for a few
 weeks, then the alias systems becomes an extra computer).

  My /etc/named.conf:

options {
        directory "/var/named";
zone "." {
        type hint;
        file "named.ca";
zone "hoecke-buero.de"{
        type master;
        file "/var/named/hoecke-buero.de.hosts";
zone "25.190.195.in-addr.arpa"{
        type master;
        file "/var/named/195.190.25.rev";        

zone "0.0.127.in-addr.arpa"{
        type master;
        file "named.local";

 The /var/named/hoecke-buero.hosts

hoecke-buero.de.                IN      SOA     ns.isr-netcom.de.     
etcom.de. (
                        2000022801 ; serial
                        86400 ; refresh
                        7200 ; retry
                        604800 ; expire
                        86400 ; default_ttl
                        IN      NS      ns.isr-netcom.de.
                        IN      NS      ns.ffm.nwu.de.
                        IN      MX      10 mail.hoecke-buero.de.
                        IN      A

www                     IN      A
ftp                     IN      A           
mail			IN	A
  In the DNS-HOWTO-Example, the domain-file does not contain
 the "IN". But the friend from the other ISP is using it like 
 above and he has no problems.

  Hope someone can help me ...

Frank Luedke            http://www.installationsparty.de
fl at isr-netcom.de        http://www.computerclubs.de

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