[nsd-users] nsd do not resolve .in domains

Ondřej Surý ondrej at sury.org
Fri Apr 23 09:39:56 UTC 2010

>> i have this in /etc/nsd3/root.zone :
>> $TTL   1D
>> @      IN     SOA  @ none. ( 120 1D 10 3W 1W );
>>        IN     NS   @
>>        IN     A
>> *      IN     A
> If in the above root.zone the CLASS "IN" is specified with no indentation, (i.e. no whitespace before IN) it would be interpreted as the name IN.

Or you can try:

< /etc/nsd3/root.zone ldns-read-zone -c > /etc/nsd3/canonical-root.zone

and check canonical-root.zone if it's correct and use it instead of
your root.zone file.

Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org>

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