[Pdns-users] Hi. How to test DNS when not authoritative?
dmacpher at vfs.com
Tue Apr 11 00:37:28 UTC 2006
On Mon, 2006-04-10 at 20:23 -0400, Derrik Pates wrote:
> Derrick MacPherson wrote:
> > (1,1,'studiobproductions.com','SOA','ns1.studiobproductions.com
> > postmaster at studio-b.tv 2006041004',3600,0,1144703296),
> You're missing several values in your SOA record. I'd suggest having
> them *all*.
> > (2,1,'studiobproductions.com','NS','ns1.studiobproductions.com',3600,0,1144518405),
> > (3,1,'studiobproductions.com','NS','ns1.studiobproductions.com',3600,0,1144518405),
> You have two of the same record; this probably isn't helping matteres.
> > (4,1,'www.studiobproductions.com','CNAME','184.108.40.206',3600,0,1144702733),
> You should never have a CNAME pointing to an IP. This is fundamentally
> > (5,1,'studiobproductions.com','CNAME','220.127.116.11',3600,0,1144703002),
> Double trouble - you've got a CNAME to an IP, plus it's from the root of
> the zone. This *must* be an A record.
> > (6,1,'mail.studiobproductions.com','CNAME','18.104.22.168',3600,0,1144702745),
> Same as two back.
> > (7,1,'localhost.studiobproductions.com','A','127.0.0.1',3600,0,1144518405),
> > (8,1,'studiobproductions.com','MX','mail.studiobproductions.com',3600,10,1144518405),
> An MX record should never point to a CNAME.
> > (9,1,'ian.studiobproductions.com','A','22.214.171.124',3600,0,1144518468),
> > (11,1,'ns1.studiobproductions.com','A','126.96.36.199',3600,0,1144702625);
> If you correct the above, I think you'll find that things start working
I will do so.. the second instance of the ns1 comes from something to do
with poweradmin, I don't recall where I saw it, but it did say if you
don't have a secondary dns server then just use the primary twice.
i'll make those other changes ASAP and report back what's shaking
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