Issues with forward lookup zone

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drkchen
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Issues with forward lookup zone

Post by drkchen » 2019/10/20 23:50:23

Hi all!
I'm attempting to create a forward lookup zone for host.continents.earth.ops.
Using host.continents.earth.ops. will not work however when I use host.earth.ops. it will work
Is there any solution or explanation to this?
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Re: Issues with forward lookup zone

Post by KernelOops » 2019/11/15 21:52:22

I am not sure I understand your question, do you want to add antartica to continents.earth.ops (eg antartica.continents.earth.ops), or to host.continents.earth.ops (eg antartica.host.continents.earth.ops)?

from what I remember, your subdomain records must follow the $ORIGIN domain.

for example, the doman earth.ops could be:

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$ORIGIN earth.ops.
@			IN	A	192.168.76.1
mail			IN	A	192.168.76.1
www		IN	A	192.168.76.1

$ORIGIN continents.earth.ops.
@			IN	A	192.168.76.2
continents	IN	A	192.168.76.2
Note, how the ending dot plays an important role, in subdomains there is no ending dot. Also note that I'm using @ substitution.
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