Non-Octet Boundary Delegation (RFC 4183)
ginermail at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 12:55:27 UTC 2011
It's almos OK if mask is 21. but what if it's, for example 17? In that
case I need to create 128 zones.
I can use network masks in BIND (RFC 4183) but if I use such zone as
24-21.133.10.in-addr.arpa. DHCP doesn't recognize that 10.133.27.68
belongs to this zone.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 4:35 PM, Peter Rathlev <peter at rathlev.dk> wrote:
> On Thu, 2011-09-22 at 15:56 +0400, Станислав wrote:
>> I need to have reverse records for 10.133.24.0/21 (from 10.133.24.1 to
>> 10.133.31.254) been resolved by our dns server but other networks (all
>> of 10.0.0.0/8 except of 10.133.24.0/21) need to be resolved by
>> upstream DNS server and I'm not sure how it's possible to configure
>> BIND + DHCPD for it.
>> In case I use configuration suggested by Andris it doesn't resolve
>> names by IP addresses.
>> nslookup 10.133.27.68
>> Server: 172.27.1.10
>> Address: 172.27.1.10#53
>> ** server can't find 126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa.: NXDOMAIN
> That's a problem on the name server (BIND?) and not the DHCP server.
> Delegating on non-8-bit boundaries is no problem if it's less than 24
> bits. To delegate 10.133.24.0/21 you just delegate the following zones:
> Keep in mind that this is strictly DNS stuff, and not related to DHCP as
> such. ISC DHCPd will have no problem finding and updating the correct
> zone as long as your delegations are sane.
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