On 7/24/06, Mikhail Goriachev <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


Hi,

Try this and let us know how it goes.



$ORIGIN example.org.
> $TTL 3600        ; 1 hour
> example.org.  IN      SOA    ns.example.org. admin.example.org. (
>                                 2006072400      ; Serial
>                                 1d                    ; Refresh
>                                 2h                    ; Retry
>                                 100d                 ; Expire
>                                 1h )                  ; Minimum TTL
>
@               IN      NS      ns.example.org.
                IN      A       192.168.1.1 ; or whatever your IP is.
>
> ; Machine Names
> localhost     IN      A       127.0.0.1
> host1         IN      A       192.168.1.1
> host2         IN      A       192.168.1.2
> host3         IN      A       192.168.1.3
> =====


Cheers,
Mikhail.

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Thanks Mikhail, that was it:
=====
@               IN      NS      ns.example.org.
=====

Now it appears to be working correctly and responding to queries, however
I'm noticing I continue to get that same error when I add my CNAME entry:
=====
@              IN       CNAME    www.example.org.
=====

Doesn't the "@" simply represent the domain, in this case "example.org"?
That makes this translate from example.org -> www.example.org, correct?

-David
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