What's the RIGHT way to set up two zones?

phn at icke-reklam.ipsec.nu phn at icke-reklam.ipsec.nu
Thu Jan 22 07:57:53 UTC 2004

Mark Tranchant <mark at tranchant.plus.com> wrote:
> Barry Margolin wrote:
>> In article <brvgvr$27pe$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
>>  mark at tranchant.plus.com (Mark Tranchant) wrote:
>>>I'm currently running BIND 9 as a hidden master, providing a feed for
>>>several secondary servers. My real hostname (as in the one that you
>>>get on a reverse lookup of my IP) is tranchant.plus.com, and I'm
>>>hosting two domains:

> <snip>

>> What makes you think something is missing?  If you're having a problem=
>> you never said what it is.

> I didn't *appear* to have one, but my setup didn't follow bits of the=20
> DNS-Howto.

> I've since learnt a bit more, and have a most satisfactory setup using=20
> BIND's views to give different LAN/WAN zone files. If you can see=20
> anything wrong with the setup of billericaybaptist.net now, please let=20
> me know.

There is one major problem, ns1.twisted4life.com (
and ns0.xfwd.net ( blocks TCP

In addition, the values in SOA seems less then optimal ( do you mean to
cache the non-existence of a failed lookup for 24h ? )

Go and visit  RIPE.NET , they have a document with recommendation for DNS=

> Many thanks for the help this newsgroup has given me.

> --=20
> Mark.
> http://tranchant.plus.com/

Peter H=E5kanson        =20
        IPSec  Sverige      ( At Gothenburg Riverside )
           Sorry about my e-mail address, but i'm trying to keep spam out=
	   remove "icke-reklam" if you feel for mailing me. Thanx.

More information about the bind-users mailing list