[CentOS] Configuring BIND to answer to two domain names (four IP addresses)

James A. Peltier jpeltier at sfu.ca
Fri Sep 24 17:29:04 EDT 2010


----- Original Message -----
| All right, I think this should do it:
| 
| $ORIGIN exampleA.com.
| $TTL 86400
| exampleA.com. IN SOA ns1.exampleA.com. ns2.exampleA.com. (
| 2; Serial - increment me
| 10800
| 3600
| 604800
| 38400 )
| IN NS ns1.exampleA.com.
| IN NS ns2.exampleA.com.
| IN A 178.63.65.136
| IN A 178.63.65.188
| www IN A 178.63.65.136
| www IN A 178.63.65.188
| ns1 IN A 178.63.65.136
| ns2 IN A 178.63.65.188
| 
| What say the wise among us?
| 
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Looks good.  you can change your 10800 3600 604800 and 38400 to hours, days or weeks represented by 1h, 1d or 1w respectively  to make it easier than calculating seconds. :)


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James A. Peltier
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