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I have sucessfully setup up a primary/secondary DNS structure. The updates take place and information is passed to the secondary system. I can nslookup all new items added as expected. However I was wondering if the output looks okay to someone who has more experience with this. Some of the placement and inserts into the secondary system seem odd to me. Maybe its just me. The output from the two systems is below: (The formatting is skewedin the forum. This really looks like a normal DNS file on the system)
;BIND forward maps for my.site.com
@ IN SOA masterblaster.my.site.com. postmaster.my.site.com. (
2005072801; Serial (yyyymmddxx)
@ IN MX 10 mail1.my.site.com.
@ IN NS masterblaster.my.site.com.
@ IN NS systemv.my.site.com.
IN A xxx.xxx.xxx.002
www IN A xxx.xxx.xxx.002
mail1 IN A xxx.xxx.xxx.003
systemv IN A xxx.xxx.xxx.004
osx IN A xxx.xxx.xxx.005
| | |
DNS update with TSIG Encryption
| | |
V V V
$TTL 3600 ; 1 hour
ZoneFileName IN SOA masterblaster.my.site.com. postmaster.my.site.com. (
2005072801 ; serial
7200 ; refresh (2 hours)
1800 ; retry (30 minutes)
1209600 ; expire (2 weeks)
432000 ; minimum (5 days)
MX 10 mail1.my.site.com.
systemv A xxx.xxx.xxx.004
mail1 A xxx.xxx.xxx.003
www A xxx.xxx.xxx.002