We have no root servers and we are not on the internet.

KD5ZMG my00sc00by at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 25 04:27:04 UTC 2005

I am also using a forwarding statement for the ad.killer-domain.com in the named.conf file.  Is it possible that the firewall could be blocking the resolution process?
When I do:
nslookup jack.ad.killer-domain.com
do I send this lookup through port 53 or above port 1023?
on the same note:
nslookup jack.ad.killer-domain.com 
Does this use above 1023 or port 53?
thanks, I hope I have given enough information to answer this question.
KD5ZMG <my00sc00by at yahoo.com> wrote:

Our network is not accessible to the internet. You can try and do a lookup if you want. jack.ad.killer-domain.com

This is a private network. There is a BIND DNS server on my end trying to resolve to a MS DNS server that is only answering if I do:


By the way if you hadn't notice the machine I am trying to resolve is the MS DNS server.

thanks if you can help we really appreciate it.

Mark Andrews wrote:

> I have a BIND server that does a lookup for an in-addr.arpa address, and can'
> t find it. But when I use the ip for the MS DNS server it works. Is there s
> omething I am doing wrong?
> thanks for the help.
> Mark "Hamzter" C
> kd5zmg
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How do you expect anyone to answer your question unless you
supply some details? As a minimum we would need the address
being looked up. This would allow us to look at whether the
delegations are correct etc.

This is like write "My Ford won't run but my Volvo will. Am
I doing anything wrong?". No one can answer this question in
a meaningful manner.

Mark Andrews, ISC
1 Seymour St., Dundas Valley, NSW 2117, Australia
PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742 INTERNET: Mark_Andrews at isc.org

Mark "Hamzter" C

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