barmar at alum.mit.edu
Thu Oct 14 23:25:29 UTC 2004
In article <ckm2i9$1jva$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
Robert Moskowitz <rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:
> I know this is the Bind9 list, but...
No it isn't, this is the BIND list.
> I have been running the ISC Bind on NT for some years. It is behind a
> I am building a LINUX system with the latest Bind 9 (ran up2date yesterday)
> to replace it.
> I want to determine the version of Bind on the NT system. I am pretty sure
> it is 8.something. That I did upgrade from 4.9
> I am working on setting up a CIDRed reverse lookup per RFC 2317. It is
> working with Bind9 on LINUX.
> Now that I understand how this works, I want to set it up on my NT's Bind
> (the LINUX system still needs Samba and Openldap set up before the switch
> I can't get it to work, the reverse zones are coming up with nothing in
> the SOA (when I do a dumpdb) and no RRs. That is why I want the version
> number so I can effectively trouble shoot this.
dig version.bind txt chaos @<server-address>
However, the technique for implementing RFC 2317 reverse zones is not
If you post your named.conf and zone files we may be able to tell you
what you did wrong.
Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
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