BIND won't resolve my IPs (not upstream or something?)
derek at computinginnovations.com
Sat Aug 9 17:20:30 UTC 2008
At 06:55 AM 8/9/2008, Redd Vinylene wrote:
>I'm pretty sure I do, though my apologies if I'm wrong, did you check my
>On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Derek Ragona
><derek at computinginnovations.com> wrote:
> > At 05:41 AM 8/9/2008, Redd Vinylene wrote:
> > I got this FreeBSD server called mother (18.104.22.168). On it, I've made
> > two jails, camel (22.214.171.124) and box (126.96.36.199 through to
> > 188.8.131.52). The problem is that reverse lookups for any of the IPs
> > preceding .4 on box fails. If I connect to IRC with .5 for instance,
> > it times out and reverts back to .4, whose lookup works just fine.
> > BIND runs on camel. Maybe the problem is that BIND is not upstream for
> > all those IPs? (I don't know what that means, a friend just told me)
> > Or that I haven't configured the reverse for any of the other IPs? I
> > would really like to keep BIND running on camel, as its dedicated to
> > all my vital network services, whereas box is the home of all my
> > users, and thus expendable ;) Is there any way to modify BIND on
> > camel, or must I set up an additional one on box? My (hopefully)
> > relevant configuration files can be found here --
> > http://pastie.org/250469 -- much obliged, and thanks!
> > You need to check that you have zone files for both forward and reverse
> > lookups, and those zones are defined in named.conf
> > -Derek
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Well, I never let my read of these files suffice. You should check them
with the tools from bind:
If they pass those tests, then check the resolution using just a single ip
that is NOT jailed on this server using dig or nslookup. If those are
working then adjust your jails.
If you go step-by-step you will quickly get it working.
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