Normally your secondary NS should synchronize by itself after a certain amount of time. The problem for the slave NS is to know about changes. In your primary NS, you can add the "notify yes" command in the zone declaration, so that salve NS (declared in the zone file!) are notified about changes. If your slave NS is not declared in the SOA of your zone, you can use the "also-notify x.x.x.x" parameter.

After doing this, the secondary should synchronise as soon as the master has reload the updated zone. If it's not the case, you should have a careful look to the serial number...


david robert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit :

Hi Guys

I am using bind 9 for my dns server i did some chnages to one of our customer zone file now i want to force update for my slave dns server how do i do this?

  Thanks for your help

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