which is the vaild a format?
lfarkas at bppiac.hu
Mon Dec 11 09:11:30 UTC 2006
Roy Arends wrote:
> On Dec 10, 2006, at 10:38 PM, Farkas Levente wrote:
>> after i test nsd i find the following. if i use this in a zone file:
>> $ORIGIN example.com.
>> CNAME www
>> www CNAME x
>> x A 184.108.40.206
>> then it's excepted by nsd what's more give the proper result. if the
>> slave is nsd than there is no problem, while if the slave is bind i've
>> got the following error:
>> transfer of 'example.com/IN' from 220.127.116.11#53: resetting
>> transfer of 'example.com/IN' from 18.104.22.168#53: failed while
>> receiving responses: CNAME and other data
>> transfer of 'example.com/IN' from 22.214.171.124#53: end of transfer
>> and of course bind don't accept the above even if he's the master.
>> so my question who is right, but most important is there any other way
>> than define an A record for the domain itself?
> I'd turn the pointers around, so you'd have
> $ORIGIN example.com.
> A 126.96.36.199
> www CNAME example.com.
> x CNAME example.com.
ok actually the real problem is when web server is not in the given zone
(but i just like to point to the problem in my original mail) like in
www CNAME virtual.webserver.com.
in this case both record should have to be CNAME and the only place
where any changes would have to made is in webserver.com zone.
Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!"
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