Name Server Question
seekuel at gmail.com
Mon Jan 1 02:30:37 UTC 2007
Is there any way to determine this issue? UDP port 53 is open but TCP is closed.
On 12/30/06, Barry Margolin <barmar at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> In article <en3jqh$1vp9$1 at sf1.isc.org>, seekuel <seekuel at gmail.com>
> > Hello group,
> > I am new to BIND and I've configured a centos 4.4 box with bind,
> > bind-chroot, caching-nameserver installed. This box functions an
> > authoritative name server for our domain.
> > I am confuse. This server is an authoritative server for our domain and
> > our work station uses its public ip as the dns that workstation cannot
> > resolve other domains. This is also true in the server it self. If I edit
> > /etc/resolv.conf to 127.0.0.1 or its public ip the server cannot resolve
> > other domains say google.com. When I use our ISP's dns in /etc/resolv.conf
> > then it can resolve to other domains.
> > This are some of my questions. In an authoritative name server, why is it
> > that even a caching-nameserver is installed and change /etc/resolv.conf to
> > the server's ip this server cannot resolve to other domain but it can
> > resolve our domain. Is there something wrong with the configurations? Im
> > willing to attach the configuration if needed.
> My guess is that your firewall is only allowing DNS out to your ISP's
> server. When you use your own server, it tries to send DNS to the root
> servers, and this is being blocked by the firewall.
> Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
> Arlington, MA
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