Bind 9, Wildcard Records and Road Runner
anthony at sdc-hawaii.co.mp
Sat Oct 9 19:23:47 UTC 2004
I am concerned that ddns will not suffice. As it stands we would need
to add an RR for each host added to the system (for example, we would
add an RR for ai.mp). The problem is that there would still be no SOA
for each host, if I understand correctly. Please correct me if I am
wrong. I am under the impression that the use of wildcards is filtered
by looking for a corresponding SOA and thus if we appended RRs to the
.mp zone file then we would still end up with no SOA, is this correct?
Perhaps you can briefly explain how ddns would help?
Paul Vixie wrote:
> Anthony Eden <anthony at sdc-hawaii.co.mp> writes:
>>When a .mp domain is registered their site and associated services are
>>automatically created and are immediately available for the customers
>>use. We accomplish this by using a wildcard DNS record in bind for all
>>*.mp. IN A 220.127.116.11
>>This record can be found in the mp zone file. When a site doesn't exist
>>they still see a page displaying a message.
> you don't need a wildcard for this, and some recent widely deployed changes
> will keep it from working reliably in a tld, in any case. use ddns.
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