BIND problem

Corey Edwards tensai at zmonkey.org
Fri Sep 23 08:53:24 MDT 2005


On Fri, 2005-09-23 at 00:36 -0600, Stephen B. Saunders wrote:
> That'll do the trick but if you could get it to work with a wildcard it seems
> like it would save time:
> 
>         NS      your.dns.server.
>         NS      your2.dns.server.
>         A       66.35.250.150
>
> name    IN A    192.168.55.23
> name2   IN A    192.168.26.81
> 
> name3   IN NS   your.dns.server.
> name3   IN NS   your2.dns.server.
> 
> *       IN NS   ns3.vasoftware.com.
> *       IN NS   ns2.vasoftware.com.
> *       IN NS   ns2.ostg.com.
> *       IN NS   ns1.vasoftware.com.
> *       IN NS   ns1.ostg.com.
> 
> Then the only thing you have to worry about changing besides the nameservers is
> that one A record.

I tried that but wildcards don't work for NS records.

        dns_master_load: /etc/bind/db.slashdot.org:22: *.slashdot.org:
        invalid NS owner name (wildcard)

Corey

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