Setting up an internal caching dns server with internal web server
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Thu Mar 24 18:50:38 UTC 2005
At 8:51 AM -0800 2005-03-24, skydiver_morgan at yahoo.com wrote:
> Curiously, when I run nslookup, I get the following error:
> *** Can't find server name for address 192.168.2.2: Non-existent domain
> Default Server: aus-dns-cac-01-dmfe0.austin.rr.com
> Address: 22.214.171.124
> This is my secondary name server as defined on my dhcp service and one
> of the forwarding dns servers in my bind setup.
Note that nslookup refuses to use a configured server if it can't
do a reverse lookup on the IP address. Configure reverse DNS
correctly for this IP address on your internal network, and nslookup
should give you the same behaviour as you see with the application.
Or, try using "dig" instead of nslookup.
With regards to fixing the problem, you will need to take the
information in the "real" zone that is external to your network and
replicate that internally to your nameserver. So, you will need to
find out what the real Internet nameservers use for
"pcaproxy.jazzkitchen.com" and put that into your internal copy of
the zone. Every time there is a change to the "real" jazzkitchen.com
zone on the Internet, you will need to make the appropriate changes
to your internal version of that zone.
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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