gaustin at w-sys.co.uk
Sat Jan 24 18:41:56 UTC 2004
I recently set up a couple of DNS servers and had them registered for my
domain. I use these dns servers to resolve domain addresses and they
work perfectly. At least half the people I know are able to resolve
addresses for my domain without problems, the other half cannot. I have
noticed that those who cannot, MAY, fall into a category, which would be
users of large ISPs as they use British Telecom, SwissCom and Equant.
However, this may be a red herring.
At one stage Swisscom could not resolve the web server, but was happy
receiving and sending email. For a few days it worked OK and now it
cannot resolve any address and mail does not work.
I have fiddled with the DNS settings a number of times and am getting
nowhere. I have run reports from www.dnsreport.com and similar from
www.ipplus.net and they seem to be happy with the dns. I could really
use some help from an expert.
I'm running bind 9.2.2-p3 on fedora.
The domain name is w-sys.co.uk
The ip addresses of the two dns servers are:
22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199
Examples of a DNS servers than cannot resolve are:
Examples that can are:
My intention was to have just two boxes in the DMZ, one a primary dns
that does only dns (91), and one which is the secondary dns, a web
server, a mail server and an ftp server(92). These are both set up as
masters as I was playing with external and internal views of the domain,
which seems to work from where I'm sitting.
I'm sure it's just a simple newbie problem, any pointers on how I might
investigate further, would be much appreciated.
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