[arch-general] BIND 9 problem
01ttouch at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 14:35:00 EDT 2012
is the IP 0.0.0.0 ok? or do I have to change it to the actual public IP
(it's static, so it won't be a problem)
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On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 9:29 PM, Δημήτρης Ζέρβας <01ttouch at gmail.com> wrote:
> thanks a million man...
> yes, you're right, domains are public :P
> didn't know about named-check*!
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> On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Mantas Mikulėnas <grawity at gmail.com>wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 5:55 PM, Δημήτρης Ζέρβας <01ttouch at gmail.com>
>> > I'm trying to set up my own DNS server but I can't...
>> > I registered ns1.mydomain.com as a nameserver and I ponted it to my
>> > IP.
>> > the I listed ns1.mydomain.com as the nameserver of mydomain.com.
>> > I don't know if I've done something wrong with my registrar or my
>> > zones/configs are wrong...
>> > the logs are absolutely empty!
>> > all my confs/zones: http://pastebin.com/z23HRyAh
>> > the ONLY thing altered in the confs is the domain
>> 1. You are missing a $ORIGIN line at the top of your zone file:
>> $ORIGIN dimitrisze.com.
>> (Don't forget the dot after "com"!)
>> 2. Your SOA record has a wrong MNAME (master DNS server name) field –
>> it should point to a DNS server such as "ns1.mydomain.com." (or just
>> "ns1" if you have $ORIGIN), not to the domain itself.
>> 3. Your SOA field is missing the RNAME (responsible person name) field
>> between MNAME and the serial number. It should point to an email
>> address in DNS syntax, e.g. "01ttouch.gmail.com." or
>> "hostmaster.mydomain.com." (or just "hostmaster").
>> http://pastebin.com/xPMzG8m2 should be correct. Use "named-checkzone"
>> to verify zone files:
>> named-checkzone mydomain.com/etc/named/domain-enabled/mydomain.com.db
>> By the way, hiding the domain is 1) pointless since domain names are
>> public anyway, 2) makes it much harder to answer such questions when I
>> cannot look at the real information with `dig` and such. (You forgot
>> to change line 63, though.)
>> Also, using "notify no" is a poor idea – makes DNS updates a bit slower.
>> Mantas Mikulėnas
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