Static IP resolving in BIND 8.x
oliver.neumann at newidentity.de
Fri Feb 8 13:09:06 UTC 2002
"Barry Margolin" <barmar at genuity.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:a3u834$oc5 at pub3.rc.vix.com...
> In article <a3ttp3$mh5 at pub3.rc.vix.com>,
> Oliver Neumann <oliver.neumann at newidentity.de> wrote:
> >> foobar.com.zone should then look like:
> >> @ IN SOA ...
> >> NS @
> >> MX 10 @
> >> A 100.100.100.100
> >I did that, but this did not work.
> Compare your foobar.com.zone with mine. Notice that I have an A record
> @ (which is an abbreviation for the zone name, foo.foobar.com), but you
> don't. You have an A record named ns.foo.foobar.com and an alias named
> foo.foo.foobar.com. Is that what you wanted?
You're right. I changed the zone-file to this, but it still does not work (I
know I'm annoying)!
Here is my complete zone-file, hope you can help me once again...
@ IN SOA foo.foobar.com. root.foo.foobar.com. (
8H ; Refresh
2H ; Retry
4W ; Expire
1D ) ; Minimum
MX 10 @
This still does not work for me, I cannot resolv foo.foobar.com :-(
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