RFC 1918 error clarification
mtoal at burlingtoniowa.org
Wed Aug 17 19:31:04 UTC 2011
I would like to clarify something. I have 14 locations each using a
private class c address, and a single dns server which I have just moved
from bind8 to bind9.
I am getting a lot of these:
Aug 17 13:33:13 mail2 named: client 192.168.16.3#55546: RFC 1918
response from Internet for 22.214.171.124.in-addr.arpa
Aug 17 13:33:35 mail2 named: client 192.168.16.3#38729: RFC 1918
response from Internet for 126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa
where: 192.168.16.3 is the dns server
and: 192.168.21.108 and 192.168.1.171 are clients on my network
So what I need to do, then, is create a reverse zone file for each of my
14 internal subnets and reference these in /etc/named.conf, is that correct?
Is there no way I could somehow tell bind to combine all these into a
single reverse zone file?
(on the old bind8 server, it would add ddns records to a single reverse
zone file, this must be a bind8 vs. bind9 difference? But I am having
trouble with ddns updates too and that's a separate question.)
Morgan Toal, RHCE, CFCE, CEH, MCP
City of Burlington, Iowa
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