michael at kjorling.com
Thu Oct 4 13:06:36 UTC 2001
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There are two ways:
(1) Use a real name lookup tool, like dig.
(2) Set up proper reverse DNS for the IP address.
On Oct 4 2001 07:45 -0500, Pons, Eric wrote:
> I am running BIND 8.2.4 for linux and it runs just fine. My only
> question is: if I do an nslookup from a client machine I get the
> error "can't find server name for address x.x.x.x (x's = DNS IP).
> Then it resolves anyway but it says Server: unknown
> How do I provide a name for my DNS box? I looked through the FAQ
> and found nothing to be helpful. Any input would be very
> appreciated. Thanks.
Michael Kjörling -- Programmer/Network administrator ^..^
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