Reverse delegation and Subnets
james-bind-users at now.ie
Fri Oct 26 09:22:45 UTC 2001
On Thu, Oct 25, 2001 at 11:49:04PM +0000, the_fang wrote:
> I have a /28 with UUnet, and they've delegated "0.xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa"
> to my DNS server. I configured Tinydns for 0.xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa, but
> it then doesn't answer queries on any of my IP addresses. Configuring it
> for xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa works fine, but then (obviously?) my reverse
> mappings don't make it out into the real world.
You're probably not querying it for the correct record. Remember, with
sub /24 delegations done by CNAME your DNS server doesn't have the
reverse records for your IP block, your provider does. Your provider
tells the world that each ``real'' record is an alias for a record in
the zone on your servers.
Tell us what your actual IP block and server IP is and we might be
able to give you concrete answers.
James Raftery (JBR54)
"It's somewhere in the Red Hat district" -- A network engineer's
freudian slip when talking about Amsterdam's nightlife at RIPE 38.
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