RFC 1918 error clarification

Matus UHLAR - fantomas uhlar at fantomas.sk
Thu Aug 18 13:37:57 UTC 2011

On 17.08.11 14:31, Morgan Toal wrote:
>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[18610]: client RFC 
>1918 response from Internet for
>Aug 17 13:33:35 mail2 named[18610]: client RFC 
>1918 response from Internet for
>where: is the dns server
>and: and 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?

you can of course define 168.192.in-addr.arpa and put everything there.

the problem above looks like client with IP asked the 
named on server mail2 for and and got the responses from the internet.
You should serve those zones locally...
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