Configuring CNAME for nosslsearch.google.com
ben.croswell at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 22:31:39 UTC 2012
What you are asking for can't be done.
If you load the google.com zone everything you don't load in the zone will
be black holed and not resolve.
If you try to load WWW.Google.com you will not be able to make WWW a cname
due to the no cname and other data rule.
On Apr 15, 2012 5:39 PM, "Tobias Krais" <tux-spam at design-to-use.de> wrote:
> Hi together,
> I am a newbie to bind and wasted hours to create my first bind
> configuration. My target is simply creating a configuration with a CNAME
> for www.google.com to nosslsearch.google.com.
> First: I use Ubuntu Precise Pangolin with bind 9.8.1. I have a
> transparent proxy (Dansguardian + Squid) that I use for just this lonely
> Now I read that I have to create a zone for google.com. Others said that
> it is OK to create a zone for www.google.com. But as far as I understand
> this won't be a great solution.
> Can you help me to create a zone for google.com that does only one
> thing: a CNAME for www.google.com to nosslsearch.google.com. It would be
> best, if all IP-addresses for other google.com subdomains like
> docs.google.com or even nosslsearch.google.com are taken from the
> "normal" nameserver, e.g. 126.96.36.199.
> Can anyone help me to create my /etc/bind/db.google.com file?
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