How to set up a top domain server ?
root at cam031312.student.utwente.nl
Wed Mar 8 21:51:48 UTC 2000
We have some seperate private networks which are interconnected. We're trying to
get a topdomain to work for these networks. We want to use .foo (figured it
wasn't in use). Our seperate networks will be managing their own domains like
*.bar.foo. Because of technical reasons we don't want every domain to be
mirrored on one host. Now the problem: We could use seperate forward entries in
the named.conf, but we would like to have them in a single resolve file. One
that would contain entries like:
bar.foo. 3600000 IN NS ns.bar.foo.
ns.bar.foo. 3600000 A 10.0.0.1
pizza.foo. 3600000 IN NS ns.pizza.foo.
ns.pizza.foo. 3600000 A 10.1.0.1
These host would be the responsible nameservers for their subdomains.
our private networks are 10.(something).* :-)
Yes, everone has a B-class network.
How would we configure something like this in bind? Or what nameserver do the
normal top-domains use to achieve such behaviour?
thanks in advance.
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