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Old 05-07-2007, 11:23 AM   #1
achilles
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Bind 9.3.2 problem


Hi All,

I have been installed & configured bind 9.3.2 success on Redhat linux 9.0. It's working good.
But,... sometime, it's not resolve some zones not in my DB's zone with valid ip address.

Example :
When I lookup in "www.dnsstuff.com" with url "http://au.vtc.vn", dnsstuff resolve with ip address 203.162.1.82. But with my DNS server, it resolve with ip address "203.162.1.111". Oh!...
This problem sometime have been with my DNS Server, and the wrong resolver zone's is randomize.

I ca'nt find any problem with my DNS server. everybody have good idea for this problem or experience about that. Please show me the way to fix it. Please, post here or e-mail with email : achillessgn@yahoo.com.vn with the help.

Thank to everybody first.

So... Sorry for my english skill.
best regards.
 
Old 05-07-2007, 12:25 PM   #2
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From dnsstuff.com and from my servers I get the .82 address.

My best guess is you had gone to this site before and it had cached the IP as .111 then the IP was changed to .82 later.

If this is one your own domains you might want to try a restart (stop/start) on DNS. If you have caches on the DNS server they'll be in the same directory as the zone files and will have names that begin db-*. Deleting the db-* files and restarting may help.

Also if this is yours and you recently changed be aware that it can take up to 72 hours for DNS changes to propagate through the internet.

P.S. Your English is no worse than a lot of people who supposedly grew up speaking it as their primary tongue.
 
  


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