[Pdns-users] Nameservers are same domain as a domain that uses them - subdomains don't work!
ktm at rice.edu
Mon Apr 28 17:07:44 UTC 2008
I think that any subdomain will need NS and SOA records.
You should be able to define A records in your parent domain
NS mydomain.com ns1.mydomain.com
A turkey.mydomain.com in domain mydomain.com
A turkey.chicken.mydomain.com in domain mydomain.com
It works for me with v 2.9.20.
On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 12:54:14PM -0400, Brandon Aubie wrote:
> For example, blog.mysportsite.com is entered as an A record of "blog" in
> the mysportsite.com zone and it won't resolve.
> However, help.mysportsite.com is entered as a whole domain zone on it's own
> and it resolves.
> I'll look into the TTL record. I seem to remember seeing 120 in the PDNS
> On 28-Apr-08, at 12:46 PM, Duane wrote:
>> Brandon Aubie wrote:
>>> Ok, I changed the NS ttl to 14400 but do you think that is even related?
>> Without knowing what another domain is to check all I can do is point
>> out problems with the domain you have mentioned.
>> Such as your TTLs are still way too low for most records:
>> www.mysportsite.com. 120 IN A 220.127.116.11
>> Absolute minimum TTL recommended is at least 180 seconds.
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