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Old 01-30-2006, 10:29 PM   #1
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Deligation about the child domain

Dear All

My network has DNS My company joined with other company. other company domain is

They give some A records and CNAME entries.

So i put the seperate Zone has created like Accordingly i put the entries also.

Finally they gave another 15 system entries which part of the domain. that meaning is child domain.

1. I haven't NS & A record of domain.
2. Deligation is possible ?. Deligation domain is
3. If YES?, How we can mention in my Zone file without NS of that domain.

Can we solve this?. or I have to create the seperate forward zone like



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