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For this to work, you need at least Bind v9 on both server and client.So Red Hat 7 would be ok ;-) $TTL 86400 ; 1 minute @ IN SOA be. ( 2001072010 ; serial 10800 ; refresh (3 hours) 3600 ; retry (1 hour) 1814400 ; expire (3 weeks) 86400 ; minimum (1 day) ) @ NS be.-f1)" LOGFILE="/var/log/nsupdate.log" ### Start of script STATUS=$ IF=$ IPADDR=$ ( echo "$(date) Running

Just another question, If I create a new zone on the master server in "named.conf", as well as the corresponding file in [b]/var/named/chroot/var/named[/b], do I have to manually create it on both the slave servers as well ? If not automatically created in the slave server's "named.conf", is there a way to automate it ? I will have a look into the literature that you have suggested. I carefully went through all my configs and fixed anything and everything that I could find that looked faulty or mistyped or even just left out. YYY.24.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 to provide the DHCP and DNS services.Blog About me Bookmarks Curriculum vitae Events Home-made Howtos · Belgian HOWTO · Belgische HOWTO · Bits and pieces · · Program your SB Live · · Building RPMs as user · · Red Hat on old machines · · Upgrading Red Hat · · Bind dynamic updates · · Building AIX LPP packages · · Frame Maker/Wine with Adobe Type1 fonts · DVD on Linux · Problem Solving HOWTO · Red Hat compatibility · Windows applications · HTTP Tunneling · RPM v4 · Thinkpads Photo archive RPM packages Websites TODO This document explains how to set up a DDNS zone and explains how to let a client update its dynamic IP address using the nsupdate utility.-f1)" LOGFILE="/var/log/nsupdate.log" ### Start of script INFOFILE=$ STATUS=$ ( echo "$(date) Running [[

For this to work, you need at least Bind v9 on both server and client.So Red Hat 7 would be ok ;-) $TTL 86400 ; 1 minute @ IN SOA be. ( 2001072010 ; serial 10800 ; refresh (3 hours) 3600 ; retry (1 hour) 1814400 ; expire (3 weeks) 86400 ; minimum (1 day) ) @ NS be.-f1)" LOGFILE="/var/log/nsupdate.log" ### Start of script STATUS=$ IF=$ IPADDR=$ ( echo "$(date) Running $0 with arguments \"$*\"" echo "--------------" case "$STATUS" in (up|new) /usr/sbin/ntpdate -s -b $NTPSERVERS echo "IP address: $IPADDR" echo "--------------" cat ### ### Local settings, must be changed KEY="/etc/Kkey-test.Hi all, I have set up a master BIND DNS server with 2 slaves.All the services start up fine on all 3 servers, but zones and info is not being replicated.The 3 servers are tentatively installed on a Xen virtual server for testing purposes. The services on all 3 servers start up without any apparent issues.

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For this to work, you need at least Bind v9 on both server and client.

So Red Hat 7 would be ok ;-) $TTL 86400 ; 1 minute @ IN SOA be. ( 2001072010 ; serial 10800 ; refresh (3 hours) 3600 ; retry (1 hour) 1814400 ; expire (3 weeks) 86400 ; minimum (1 day) ) @ NS be.

]] with arguments \"$*\"" echo "--------------" if [ -r "$INFOFILE" ]; then source "$INFOFILE" else echo "File $INFOFILE cannot be read." echo "==============" exit 98 fi case "$STATUS" in (up|new) /usr/sbin/ntpdate -s -b $NTPSERVERS cat "$INFOFILE" echo "--------------" cat ### ### Local settings, must be changed KEY="/etc/Kkey-test.157 02315.private" SERVER="be" ZONE="be" NTPSERVERS="ntp.brussels.leuven.belnet.be" ### Default settings, may be changed HOSTNAME="$(hostname | cut -d.

with arguments \"$*\"" echo "--------------" case "$STATUS" in (up|new) /usr/sbin/ntpdate -s -b $NTPSERVERS echo "IP address: $IPADDR" echo "--------------" cat ### ### Local settings, must be changed KEY="/etc/Kkey-test.Hi all, I have set up a master BIND DNS server with 2 slaves.All the services start up fine on all 3 servers, but zones and info is not being replicated.The 3 servers are tentatively installed on a Xen virtual server for testing purposes. The services on all 3 servers start up without any apparent issues.

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Just another question, If I create a new zone on the master server in "named.conf", as well as the corresponding file in [b]/var/named/chroot/var/named[/b], do I have to manually create it on both the slave servers as well ? If not automatically created in the slave server's "named.conf", is there a way to automate it ? I will have a look into the literature that you have suggested. I carefully went through all my configs and fixed anything and everything that I could find that looked faulty or mistyped or even just left out.

YYY.24.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 to provide the DHCP and DNS services.

Blog About me Bookmarks Curriculum vitae Events Home-made Howtos · Belgian HOWTO · Belgische HOWTO · Bits and pieces · · Program your SB Live · · Building RPMs as user · · Red Hat on old machines · · Upgrading Red Hat · · Bind dynamic updates · · Building AIX LPP packages · · Frame Maker/Wine with Adobe Type1 fonts · DVD on Linux · Problem Solving HOWTO · Red Hat compatibility · Windows applications · HTTP Tunneling · RPM v4 · Thinkpads Photo archive RPM packages Websites TODO This document explains how to set up a DDNS zone and explains how to let a client update its dynamic IP address using the nsupdate utility.

-f1)" LOGFILE="/var/log/nsupdate.log" ### Start of script INFOFILE=$ STATUS=$ ( echo "$(date) Running $0 with arguments \"$*\"" echo "--------------" if [ -r "$INFOFILE" ]; then source "$INFOFILE" else echo "File $INFOFILE cannot be read." echo "==============" exit 98 fi case "$STATUS" in (up|new) /usr/sbin/ntpdate -s -b $NTPSERVERS cat "$INFOFILE" echo "--------------" cat ### ### Local settings, must be changed KEY="/etc/Kkey-test.

157 02315.private" SERVER="be" ZONE="be" NTPSERVERS="ntp.brussels.leuven.belnet.be" ### Default settings, may be changed HOSTNAME="$(hostname | cut -d.

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Just another question, If I create a new zone on the master server in "named.conf", as well as the corresponding file in [b]/var/named/chroot/var/named[/b], do I have to manually create it on both the slave servers as well ? If not automatically created in the slave server's "named.conf", is there a way to automate it ? I will have a look into the literature that you have suggested. I carefully went through all my configs and fixed anything and everything that I could find that looked faulty or mistyped or even just left out. YYY.24.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 to provide the DHCP and DNS services.Blog About me Bookmarks Curriculum vitae Events Home-made Howtos · Belgian HOWTO · Belgische HOWTO · Bits and pieces · · Program your SB Live · · Building RPMs as user · · Red Hat on old machines · · Upgrading Red Hat · · Bind dynamic updates · · Building AIX LPP packages · · Frame Maker/Wine with Adobe Type1 fonts · DVD on Linux · Problem Solving HOWTO · Red Hat compatibility · Windows applications · HTTP Tunneling · RPM v4 · Thinkpads Photo archive RPM packages Websites TODO This document explains how to set up a DDNS zone and explains how to let a client update its dynamic IP address using the nsupdate utility.-f1)" LOGFILE="/var/log/nsupdate.log" ### Start of script INFOFILE=$ STATUS=$ ( echo "$(date) Running $0 with arguments \"$*\"" echo "--------------" if [ -r "$INFOFILE" ]; then source "$INFOFILE" else echo "File $INFOFILE cannot be read." echo "==============" exit 98 fi case "$STATUS" in (up|new) /usr/sbin/ntpdate -s -b $NTPSERVERS cat "$INFOFILE" echo "--------------" cat ### ### Local settings, must be changed KEY="/etc/Kkey-test.157 02315.private" SERVER="be" ZONE="be" NTPSERVERS="ntp.brussels.leuven.belnet.be" ### Default settings, may be changed HOSTNAME="$(hostname | cut -d.

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