[Pdns-users] Delegations in PDNS
rbaldwin at point2.com
Fri Oct 24 15:20:54 UTC 2003
Bert wisely said:
"Sure you delegated the domain to your nameservers?"
Uh.... yea... DOH! The NS was totally NOT being delegated to the nameserver correctly, the record was completely wrong. Another case of EUS - End User Stupidity.
Need... more... coffee...
From: bert hubert [mailto:ahu at ds9a.nl]
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 12:17 PM
To: Ryan Baldwin
Cc: pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
Subject: Re: [Pdns-users] Delegations in PDNS
On Tue, Oct 21, 2003 at 05:21:19PM -0600, Ryan Baldwin wrote:
> Hi. we're having a problem involving delegations. On our DNS (Win2K
> running a compiled version of PDNS 2.9.10, backed of SQL Server) we have a
> NS record that points to an A record, and the A record points to another
> DNS server. Now, on the other dns server, we have a domain with the same
> name as the "NS" name in the prior DNS server with a "blank" record name.
> Here's a (censored for job security) example of what I'm trying to say:
I can't use bugreports made with 'nslookup' as I don't entirely understand
how it works nor trust all versions.
> However, if we try and do the same query against DEFAULT_SERVER (like a
> Shaw Cable server, or whatever your ISP's default server is), it fails
> with the message "Can't find sub.domain.com domain. Non-existant domain."
Sure you delegated the domain to your nameservers?
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