SOA Minimum error
thor at anta.net
Thu Mar 16 08:44:23 UTC 2000
BIND Users Mailing List wrote:
> From: "Garry Jackson" <garry at jackson.padz.net>
> When I reboot my dns server in my logs I get no default ttl set using soa
> minimum instead. What does this mean and how did I fix it.
This FAQ shouldn't need to be answered every day. There is such a thing as
lurking before posting.
> Also how do
> you set up in dns a fall back for mailserver if like one fails.
By using multiple MX records pointing to different mail servers, e.g.:
$TTL 86400 ; hint, hint
@ SOA ns hostmaster (
2000031601 8H 2H 7D 1D )
MX 10 smtp
MX 20 smtp.isp.example. ; fallback
ns A 192.168.0.1
smtp A 192.168.0.2
Unsecured email can be monitored, falsified, altered
and repudiated. Please use PGP. Help is available
at <URL:http://www.pgp.net/pgpnet/pgp-faq/>. My
public keys can be downloaded from key servers.
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