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dns-only named.conf

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by ianmarie, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. ianmarie

    ianmarie Well-Known Member

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    using the dns-only version of whm, I cannot get it to behave properly (Cinstalle don Centos 5).
    shncing server sends info to dns-only; and /var/named*db files created; no error on sendign server; but
    1. dns-only is lame for those records
    2. no entries for those records added to named.conf (which is what I have seen on others)

    Ideas anyone?

    (not firewall - happens when firewall turned off)

    thannks
     
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    Just wonder after the install, where do we go to setup the service...

    Idid try IP/whm whitout success!?!... :confused:
     
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    Kuddo !

    Kindly sorted by TRIS from seeksadmin.com, thanks.
     
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    ianmarie Well-Known Member

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    Note this is still an issue; other posts were not relevant to my question.
    the default named.conf used by this install is significantly different to the one on another working version of dns-only, and wonderign whether this is the issue.
    Can anyone provide me with a working named.conf for dns-only WHM 11.2.0 cPanel 11.11.0-DNS16984
    (that's if it's the named.conf which is at fault)
    also - not sure if there is any specific forum for dns-only; as can't seemt o find any online doucmentation etc.
     
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