How to Setup a Name Servers visible on Internet?
lyle at lcrcomputer.net
Sat Jun 18 00:31:50 UTC 2011
On 06/17/11 12:53, Metropolitan College <Eric Kom> wrote:
> On 17/06/2011 16:16, Michelle Konzack wrote:
>> Hello Eric Kom,
>> are you sure, you want this:
>>> ns1 IN A 220.127.116.11
>>> ns2 IN A 18.104.22.168
>>> ns1 IN A 10.0.0.80
>>> ns2 IN A 10.0.0.82
> I use to run DNS on LAN without really care, since I decided to run my
> own, I was thinking that add a private IPs going to resolve both side
> (LAN and Internet) that's why the private IPs are in the configs files.
>> This results in a round-robing and I would not get in 50% of all cases
>> the right domain.
>>> www IN A 10.0.0.81
>>> www IN A 10.0.0.82
>>> mail IN A 10.0.0.84
>>> backup IN A 10.0.0.102
> So please can I just removed the LAN IPs?
> It's Bind gonna resolve also for a local looking up if my connection is
Use Views. Make an internal view and an external view and don't mix
records of internal ip addresses with external ip addresses. The
machines outside of your LAN can not use the 10.0 info and those
machines inside your LAN can not use your external ip addresses.
>>> How can someone reach your Web- and Mail-Server, if you have setup them
>>> in a private network?
>>> ftp IN CNAME www
>>> img IN CNAME www
>>> * IN CNAME www
>>> imap IN CNAME mail
>>> pop IN CNAME mail
>>> pop3 IN CNAME mail
>>> smtp IN CNAME mail
>> Are you sure, this is working? The "*" wildcard will even catch the
>> "imap", "pop", "pop3" and "smtp" hosts and redirect them to "www"
> I put the asterisk (*) in my config file just in case where if any
> subdomain none specified, bind must look up for www subdomain without
> complaint showing the error "server not found".
I think in this case your wildcard is adding an additional layer of
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