From: Michael Heiming (michael+USENET_at_www.heiming.de)
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 13:49:32 -0000
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In comp.os.linux.networking Nathan Peterson <firstname.lastname@example.org> suggested:
> Michael Heiming wrote:
> I *have* been thinking about this a lot. I've spent hours googling this
> shit, reading, and messing with bind. I've had zero luck.
It's described in detail in the O'Reilly DNS bible (a must have
if you're serious with bind) and probably in the bind docs.
> Yes, I know. What I really want is "ibm.com" which is what I tried
> first and it didn't work. I figured that I would show a specific host
> as an example just to be simple. I guess it really isn't any simpler,
> but it should work either way as far as I understand.
Then your bind version doesn't allow it, to old/broken or config
file you edited wasn't the proper one. There might be other
reasons, but then I can't look into your system.
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