Define a domains addresses sole in terms of another
bortzmeyer at nic.fr
Mon Jul 9 21:26:54 UTC 2007
On Mon, Jul 09, 2007 at 09:49:48PM +0100,
John Steel <john.steel at phonewebcam.com> wrote
a message of 71 lines which said:
> Do you mean like this?
> Why are there 3 NS recs now?
You did not translate the first file you posted. The first file said
(with absolute domain names):
example1.com. IN NS ns.example1.com.
example1.com. IN NS ns0.example1.com.
example1.com. IN NS ns0.example1.net.
Translated in relative, it should have been:
@ IN NS ns
IN NS ns0
IN NS ns0.example1.net.
> www IN CNAME @
Bad idea, because www would inherit all the records of example.com.
> webmail IN CNAME www
Forbidden, you cannot have a CNAME going to a CNAME.
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