Problem with secondary DNS from primary DNS (WIN2K)
kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Sat Feb 16 00:10:54 UTC 2002
That zone file looks fine. It should resolve both www.absoluteanime.com
and absoluteanime.com to 220.127.116.11. In fact, both of those resolve
corrently on the Internet right now.
Gary Smith wrote:
> We currently have our primary DNS server on a Windows 2000 box. Out
> goal is to hide this Win2K box behind the firewall have two seperate
> Linux boxes perform all of the DNS services.
> One of our customers sites (www.absoluteanime.com) uses
> www.absoluteanime.com and absoluteanime.com. Under Win2K this is not
> a problem. Pulling this domain down to a secondary under Win2K also
> works fine.
> When the record is pulled from a Linux (RedHat 7.2) box the entry
> below is created. When I promote these boxes to the external DNS
> address everything works fine with the exception of absoluteanime.com
> (www works).
> This is the same way for each site that we maintain DNS for. Is there
> something that I need to change on the Win2K box to create a proper
> entry that bind understands or is bind just failing for all
> mydomains.com when there is no third level domain name?
> Any help is appriciated.
> $ORIGIN .
> $TTL 3600 ; 1 hour
> absoluteanime.com IN SOA ronin.primeexalia.com.
> admin.primeexalia.com. (
> 208 ; serial
> 900 ; refresh (15 minutes)
> 600 ; retry (10 minutes)
> 86400 ; expire (1 day)
> 3600 ; minimum (1 hour)
> NS ns1.primeexalia.com.
> NS ns2.primeexalia.com.
> A 18.104.22.168
> $ORIGIN absoluteanime.com.
> www A 22.214.171.124
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