Bind Caching Nameserver <was: Re: [CentOS] Caching nameserver--Name Services Cache Daemon (nscd)>

Wed Aug 10 17:31:07 UTC 2005
William Warren <hescominsoon at>

no this is not authoritative.  I actually have my ecc domain hosted 
elsewhere..i simply clal my machines internally that to keep it simple 
so there are behind a nat in RFC1918 space at the house here.

Robert Hanson wrote:
> } 
> } Ok removing the alternate dns makes the caching name server work..:)  I
> } guess we need to fix the reverse-resolve now?
> } 
> i dunno on chrooted right now.
> you prob know this yet... i dunno if you are testing a global ip address or
> a private ip address.
> to test reverse dns and check for an authoritative answer do this
> dig -x
> and check it out.
> if you are trying to be authoritative and get private space to
> resolve properly then i believe you will need to run regular bind distro and
> not caching.
>  - rh
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