Reverse delegation - refused on my DNS
michael.monnerie at is.it-management.at
Thu Aug 20 21:37:35 UTC 2009
I'm still searching for the error.
Also, sorry for the strangeness of the mail format, I used a webmail for the last mails. This time it's Outlook, don't know if it's really any better... at least not for correctly indenting old mail texts :-(
> Because you don't serve 164.69.212.in-addr.arpa and you
> tried to access the cache. You should slave
> 164.69.212.in-addr.arpa so you have the CNAMEs locally.
> This will also make the above dig directed at your server
> work as the answer will come from the zone rather than
> the cache.
I did that now, helps :-))
> Note: the lookups are working remotely because interative
> resolvers ask for 57.48-188.8.131.52.in-addr.arpa rather
> that 184.108.40.206.in-addr.arpa as generated by the above
Ah, I get the point. I always tested from a remote side with
dig @dns1.zmi.at -x 220.127.116.11
but that didn't work as this is not an open resolver. Slaving the zone as you suggested enables even these lookups to work now. I think it's good, as it helps remote sites to debug DNS when hunting an error.
dig -x 18.104.22.168
also works, so, do I have an issue or is everything OK with my configuration?
Thanks for all your help, to all three of you!
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