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Old 03-06-2006, 07:07 AM   #1
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Forward of subdomain zone with BIND 9.2.3


There is domain.com forwarded to ns.domain.com and two C class networks which are routed to ns.domain.com.Also there is ns1.domain.com with one C class netowork.In first NS server,the reverse zone work without problems,but i want to make subdomain.domain.com to be forwarded to NS1 and specially to be responsible reversing of the C class network.I did the right zone,but the reverse is work only on ns1.domain.com.How to forward reverse zone for ns1.domain.com from ns.domain.com?
 
  


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