http redirection in bind
sarav_gsa at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 11 14:28:32 UTC 2005
--- Brad Knowles <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org> wrote:
> At 5:43 AM -0800 2005-01-11, saravanan ganapathy
> > Is it possible to configure as
> > abc.com. CNAME xyz.com.
> Sure, that's not a problem. As far as the DNS is
> everything is just a label, and you can CNAME most
> any label to any
> Of course, there are restrictions to using CNAMEs.
> Doing this
> would mean that abc.com could not have any NSes
> defined for it, nor
> any MXes, nor any sub-domains, nor any other records
> of any type --
> the DNS standard prohibits any other type of record
> existing for a
> given label if you have defined a CNAME for it.
> > ( I think its not possible, but want to confirm)
> It's possible. It may not work the way you want,
> but it's
> certainly possible.
My config file looks like
www CNAME abc.com.
xyz.com. CNAME abc.com.
But the xyz.com mapping is not working. Log file says
that " dns_master_load: myhosts:16: ignoring
out-of-zone data (xyz.com) "
What may be the problem?
> Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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