In this example since the address is the same I would just pick
one name (the name the machine knows itself as) and use that name for the
I would also use DNS UPDATE to update the reverse zones rather than
editing master files. You can delegate update authority down to the
<name,type> tuple level with DNS UPDATE. Then it doesn’t matter which
machines are holding master files for the reverse zones.
> On 13 Feb 2018, at 9:06 am, Julie Xu <j...@westernsydney.edu.au> wrote:
>> I have a zone, we say abc.edu.au, all private address 10.0.0.0/8 is in this
>> zone. So, I have a revers zoon 10.in-addr-arpa existed. I am the master.
>> Now, there is a new zone required - ddd.abc.edu.au reverse should
>> 100.10.in-addr-arpa; we are secondary of this zone.
>> However, currently, there is some ip address in zone abc.edu.au there which
>> is the range, they are still required.
>> For example we want host.ddd.abc.edu.au, and app.abc.edu.au both existed.
>> The host.ddd.abs.edu.au – 10.100.10.20 – transferred from
>> master dns for the domain ( both forward/reversed zones)
>> The app.abc.edu.au – 10.100.10.20 original in 10.0.0.0/8
>> zone file which we are the master.
> Both are A record.
>> What will happen if I create second reverse zoon for 100.10.in-addr-arp? Is
>> my current app.abc.edu.au will lose? If it is true, do I have anyway to work
>> Any comments will be appreciated
>> Thanks in advance
>> Julie Xu
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