BIND9.3 zonename Problem
jesk at killall.org
Sun Oct 31 15:13:31 UTC 2004
>You told your server to be authoritative for
>224-239.xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa, and told it to allow queries for that
>zone. Then you query it for a record in xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa, for
>which you have not told it to be authoritative, and for which it has not
>been told to allow queries. Therefore, your server refused your query.
>Clinets on the internet that want to resolve
>227.xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa/PTR/IN will ask your upstream's servers,
>which will pass them a CNAME that points to
>227.224-239.xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr.arpa, for which your server will provide
>Also, please don't obscure your DNS data. It's silly, gets you no
>privacy (the DNS is inherently public), often masks the real problem,
>and hinders people who want to help you. And it leads to nearly
>unreadable answers like the one I had to produce above...
Thank you for your fast response,
i just modfied the query like you said and tried again, without any further
errors, but the ip isnt resolved again.
I dont know how to provide more information which could help, but there
is any more to say, the zone is very simple and clear its just a new setup
with only this reverse zone.
What could it be?
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