[Pdns-users] Nameservers are same domain as a domain that uses them - subdomains don't work!
brandon at aubie.ca
Tue Apr 29 23:52:52 UTC 2008
When I define a zone for blog.mysportsite.com then it works
perfectly. When I simply have an A record for blog under the
mysportsite.com zone, then blog.mysportsite.com returns NXDOMAIN.
That's why I'm confused.
On 29-Apr-08, at 5:27 PM, Hugo van der Kooij wrote:
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> Brandon Aubie wrote:
> | Hi Ken et al.,
> | Yeah, I thought it would work too. Notice in Duane's post that
> when you
> | dig for an A record, PowerDNS is returning the SOA record.
> | the mysportsite.com domain record has NS records so wouldn't those
> | propagate to any subdomains defined in that record?
> How do you mean "propogate"? each zone is it's own. If you did not
> define things yourself then it ain't there.
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> A: Yes.
> >Q: Are you sure?
> >>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
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