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Slave DNS Configuration?!

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by torwill, Nov 11, 2002.

  1. torwill

    torwill Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    need some help on configuring two nameservers, please help.:)

    my configuration is:

    box1: ns1.domainA.com, ns2.domainA.com, about 100 domains running
    box2: ns1.domanB.com, ns2.domainB.com, about 10 domains running

    I would like them to be:

    box1: ns1.domainA.com
    box2: ns2.domainA.com, slave to ns1.domainA.com on box1

    I tried setting up ns1.domainA.com as master nameserver in Setup on Box2, Establish relationshop, and sync them. but zones on box2 aren't transferred to nameserver on Box1....


    so how could I make box2 nameserver as slave nameserver as well as having zones on box2 nameserver transferred to box1?

    Thanks!
     
  2. mikerayner

    mikerayner Well-Known Member

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    [quote:9bd7fea0bb][i:9bd7fea0bb]Originally posted by torwill[/i:9bd7fea0bb]

    Hello,

    need some help on configuring two nameservers, please help.:)

    my configuration is:

    box1: ns1.domainA.com, ns2.domainA.com, about 100 domains running
    box2: ns1.domanB.com, ns2.domainB.com, about 10 domains running

    I would like them to be:

    box1: ns1.domainA.com
    box2: ns2.domainA.com, slave to ns1.domainA.com on box1

    I tried setting up ns1.domainA.com as master nameserver in Setup on Box2, Establish relationshop, and sync them. but zones on box2 aren't transferred to nameserver on Box1....


    so how could I make box2 nameserver as slave nameserver as well as having zones on box2 nameserver transferred to box1?

    Thanks![/quote:9bd7fea0bb]
    read this thread, ITF has answered your question
    http://forums.cpanel.net/read.php?TID=2886
     
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