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Multiple Zones BIND 8.X Linux Problem

Multiple Zones BIND 8.X Linux Problem

Multiple Zones BIND 8.X Linux Problem

I'm having a problem with setting up multiple zones (domains) on a Linux box using BIND 8.

I figured all you had to do was a couple of things.
  1.  Add "zone" in /etc/named.conf
  2.  Add "zonefile" referenced in "zone" to /var/named/

Is there something else I'm missing here?


RE: Multiple Zones BIND 8.X Linux Problem

eerm. yes.

If you watch /var/log/messages while doing a 'ndc restart' it will tell you what's wrong.

There must be an example in named.conf you can follow.


Henrik Morsing
Certified AIX 4.3 Systems Administration
& p690 Technical Support

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