At 05:10 AM 8/15/2007, Nicholas Wieland wrote:
Il giorno 15/ago/07, alle ore 09:01, Derek Ragona ha scritto:

At 06:44 PM 8/14/2007, Nicholas Wieland wrote:

This looks like the DNS settings on your other server, chienandalusia (192.168.0.3), is not setup correctly. Check /etc/resolv.conf on this server, and be sure the first nameserver is:
nameserver      192.168.0.2

In fact on this server you should have only that entry, as your server at 192.168.0.2 should forward any other unknown DNS requests upstream to the forwarders.

Hi Derek, thanks for your answer.

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~$ cat /etc/resolv.conf
nameserver 192.168.0.2

Logs for a request to my local domain done with my Apple notebook:

Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 client: debug 3: client 192.168.0.3#49376: send Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 client: debug 3: client 192.168.0.3#49376: sendto Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 client: debug 3: client 192.168.0.3#49376: senddone Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 client: debug 3: client 192.168.0.3#49376: next Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 client: debug 3: client 192.168.0.3#49376: endrequest Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 resolver: debug 3: fctx 0x8220e00(<http://www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'>www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'): doshutdown Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 resolver: debug 3: fctx 0x8220e00(<http://www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'>www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'): stopeverything Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 resolver: debug 3: fctx 0x8220e00(<http://www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'>www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'): cancelqueries Aug 15 12:06:00 luna named[667]: 15-Aug-2007 12:06:00.201 resolver: debug 3: fctx 0x8220e00(<http://www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'>www.apple.com.akadns.net/A'): destroy

Forwarding works like a charme, so actually my client connects to bind and in case of an external domain it is served. If the domain is my local one no chance.
Even more weird:

luna# ping hg.subbacultcha.local
PING subbacultcha.local (192.168.0.2): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 192.168.0.2: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.041 ms
64 bytes from 192.168.0.2: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.033 ms

Actually I think it's Bind refusing connections from the outside, but pretending to always forward.
I can't see the mistake in my configuration though.

TIA,
  ngw

I don't see anything in the bind configuration file either, AND it all works on the DNS server and your mac so we know that the BIND configuration is fine.

Check on the .3 server /etc/nsswitch.conf

be sure you have a line like:
hosts: files dns

in this file.

If that doesn't fix it, check your gateway setting, netmask, and other settings on your ethernet interface.

        -Derek

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