[Pdns-users] Sneaking in out of zone data?
rlibiez at arthmoor.com
Tue Feb 13 20:07:29 UTC 2007
Alan Hodgson wrote:
> On Tuesday 13 February 2007 11:21, Roger Libiez <rlibiez at arthmoor.com>
>> Feb 13 10:41:17 crondonia pdns: Remote 22.214.171.124 sneaked in
>> out-of-zone data '126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa' during AXFR of zone
>> I get the above error whenever a DNS transfer attempts to take place
>> for the arthmoor.com domain. The PTR records are valid and work when
>> a lookup is done on the IP, but pdns continues to refuse to transfer
>> it because of this record. Is there some kind of bug that needs
>> investigating, or one that might already be fixed?
> The primary server absolutely should not be sending those records as
> part of the arthmoor.com zone. If it is serving auth DNS for
> 49.218.66.in-addr.arpa (and from what's publicly available, I really
> don't think is), it should be from a separate zone.
Hmm. Come to think of it, you're right. With that in mind, how would one
go about creating the reverse lookup zone? Documentation on this is
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