Re: checking subnet delegation?

2011-01-04 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I have a /28 that was supposed to be delegated to my NS by my ISP. How can I check that it is correctly delegated? I have the in-addr.arpa zone configured in my NS and it resolves properly when I test it locally, but if I test using a remote service no reverse is found. The

Re: checking subnet delegation?

2011-01-04 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I have a /28 that was supposed to be delegated to my NS by my ISP. How can I check that it is correctly delegated? I have the in-addr.arpa zone configured in my NS and it resolves properly when I test it locally, but if I test using a remote service no reverse is found. dig

OT: Propagation of my NS records?

2010-10-04 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I think this is a little OT, but I’m wondering why changes to my NS records aren’t propagating when my NS is authoritative for my domain? enigmedia.com is registered at NetSol and delegated to my NS: ns.enigmedia.com (running on bind9/fedora) ns1.enigmedia.com (running on bind9/Freebsd)

Re: Propagation of my NS records?

2010-10-04 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I think this is a little OT, but I'm wondering why changes to my NS records aren't propagating when my NS is authoritative for my domain? enigmedia.com is registered at NetSol and delegated to my NS: ns.enigmedia.com (running on bind9/fedora) ns1.enigmedia.com (running on

Re: rndc.key vs. rndc.conf

2010-10-03 Thread online-reg
| Hi All: One more conf issue on bind 9.7.1-P2 | After running rndc-confgen and reloading BIND I?m getting this error: | WARNING: key file (/etc/namedb/rndc.key) exists, but using default | configuration file (/etc/namedb/rndc.conf) | rndc: connection to remote host closed | This may indicate

Re: multiple slave zones pointing to same file?

2010-10-03 Thread online-reg
The slave files do not carry the @ I presume you are using on the master -- the zone-transfer data includes the specific domain names -- so the slave files can't be shared even if they could be shared. Maybe you can write a program that translates the slave data into the sharable format, and

multiple slave zones pointing to same file?

2010-10-02 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I’m building a new Bind 9.7.1-P2 slave server and am taking an opportunity to review my conf files. I have a number of zones on the primary that all point to the same zone configuration file. On my slave server, is there any way to configure named.conf so that multiple zones are all

rndc.key vs. rndc.conf

2010-10-02 Thread online-reg
Hi All: One more conf issue on bind 9.7.1-P2 After running rndc-confgen and reloading BIND I’m getting this error: WARNING: key file (/etc/namedb/rndc.key) exists, but using default configuration file (/etc/namedb/rndc.conf) rndc: connection to remote host closed This may indicate that * the

9.7.1-P2 managed-keys error

2010-10-02 Thread online-reg
02-Oct-2010 17:33:53.125 general: error: managed-keys-zone ./IN: loading from master file managed-keys.bind failed: file not found I've googled around but am not clear on what's causing this error? Does this file need to be created manually for BIND to be able to write to it? I have a

TTLs on A records?

2009-04-30 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I'm running Bind 9.5.0-P1 / Fedora on my primary NS. Are TTLs on individual A records universally supported? I have a domain with a TTL of 3h, and I wanted to route traffic between two servers in that domain quickly, so I set the TTL to the A record like: www300A

too many timeouts disabling EDNS

2009-03-10 Thread online-reg
Hi All: I'm seeing a lot of this: too many timeouts resolving '10.141.202.89.sbl.spamhaus.org/TXT' (in 'sbl.spamhaus.org'?): disabling EDNS with various IPs, repeating endlessly in my 9.6.0 log. Is this a configuration issue on my end? Or is it some sort of temporary failure on spamhaus's

will blocking getting hammered by cache request do anything?

2009-03-05 Thread online-reg
Hi All: my 9.6.0 server is getting hammered by cache requests from a specific IP (62.109.4.89) which traces back to what looks like a DSL netblock in Russia: 05-Mar-2009 12:18:01.883 queries: info: client 62.109.4.89#53157: query: . IN NS + 05-Mar-2009 12:18:01.883 security: info: client