[Pdns-users] What determines authoritative?
nico at ncartron.org
Sat Jun 20 16:46:47 UTC 2020
On 20-Jun-2020 17:47 CEST, <pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com> wrote:
> Yes, this is probably a dumb question, but I couldn't figure it out in
> 20 minutes of googling.
> I have a pdns installation for my local network. V4.1.13. Mysql
> I noticed while debugging something else that it is returning
> non-authoritative answers for a zone for which should be the
> The zone has an SOA naming this host as the authority. It has an NS
> record saying it's the server for this zone. It knows its hostname.
> The A record for itself is correct. There *should* be enough
> information there for it to determine that it's authoritative.
> FWIW, I *think* in times past, this used to work. So maybe I've
> inadvertently changed some config? Dunno.
> What are the necessary conditions for pdns to return authoritative
Would you mind sharing your configuration (pdns.conf as well as the zone
And also some dig requests against your PDNS Auth server.
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