barmar at bbnplanet.com
Tue Mar 21 20:21:54 UTC 2000
In article <890B12B8398AD211BC6100805FA784A205383734 at es04snlnt.sandia.gov>,
Cinense, Mark <macinen at sandia.gov> wrote:
>Greetings DNS Community,
> In my environment, we have sub domains that I am not authoritative
>for. I am authoritative for the domain, sandia.gov. Well port 53 became
>restrictive last week, to only ns1, ns2, ns3, and ns4. Now MX requests are
>not being resolved, and information on sub domains are not getting resolved
>as well. I do have a forwarders statement on ns3 and ns4 to go to the
>external nameservers, so that we can resolve external addresses. However
>internal sub domain resolution is not working. What am I doing wrong?
>Please help me... thanks in advance...
Are you blocking the external server from accessing the subdomain servers?
If so, you'll need to make the sandia.gov server either a slave for the
subdomains, or configure "type forward" zones for the subdomains, so that
it goes directly to the subdomain servers rather than forwarding to the
Barry Margolin, barmar at bbnplanet.com
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