On 19/05/2012 11:12, Michael Wood wrote:
So, the question is; What am I doing wrong?I haven't tried the above myself, but it seems you are adding it the wrong way around. i.e. it looks like you are saying that the canonical name of "centos" is "debian" instead of what you want (i.e. that the canonical name of "debian" is "centos".) i.e. it looks like you now have this situation: centos IN A 192.168.1.11 centos IN CNAME debianYes, I did wonder about that and did try it the other way around. That resulted in a new record as follows; Name=debian, Records=1, Children=0 CNAME: centos. (flags=f0, serial=21, ttl=900) But it still doesn't resolve.OK, then try specifying the FQDN for "centos" when you add the CNAME record. From the output above it looks like it's adding a CNAME to "centos." instead of "centos.example.com". Also try: dig @192.168.1.254 debian.example.com. IN CNAME If everything is set up correctly you should get something like this: [...] ;; QUESTION SECTION: ;debian.example.com. IN CNAME ;; ANSWER SECTION: debian.example.com. 3600 IN CNAME centos.example.com. [...]
Ok, I used; samba-tool dns add 127.0.0.1 example.com debian CNAME centos.example.com a query now returns; Name=centos, Records=1, Children=0 A: 192.168.1.11 (flags=f0, serial=2, ttl=900) Name=debian, Records=1, Children=0 CNAME: centos.example.com. (flags=f0, serial=23, ttl=900) and 'dig @192.168.1.254 debian.example.com. IN CNAME' returns; [...] ;; QUESTION SECTION: ;debian.example.com. IN CNAME ;; ANSWER SECTION: debian.example.com. 900 IN CNAME centos.example.com. [...]However, neither 'debian' nor 'debian.example.com' resolve to an IP, yet the output from dig implies the entry is correct? Of course, 'centos' does resolve.
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