BIND as secondary to Windows DNS?
I've setup BIND on FreeBSD which works great. I'm using it as my DNS server on my Vista box. What I can't seem to get working is zone transfers from Windows 2003 DNS server. I've gone into Windows DNS and added the BIND server's IP address as a name server. I've also added the BIND server to the "Notify..." area for BIND to be a secondary server.
If I have BIND listed as a secondary on the Windows DNS I get this error on BIND:
May 15 09:26:18 FreeBSD named: transfer of 'advocacyinc.org/IN' from 192.168.100.2#53: failed while receiving responses: REFUSED
If I have the BIND server listed as a Name Server on the Windows DNS I get this error on BIND:
May 15 11:07:13 FreeBSD named: client 192.168.100.5#4595: update forwarding 'Advocacyinc.org/IN' denied
What am I missing?
Must be a permission setting in Windows 2003 DNS server. Unfortunately I don't know that software. At least it's not a BIND problem.
Turns out it I was making this problem more complicated then it needed to be. After I deleted the zone files on the BIND server and let named recreate them it worked.
I do have one last error to fix:
May 16 07:36:39 FreeBSD named: transfer of 'advocacyinc.org/IN' from 192.168.100.2#53: failed while receiving responses: not exact
I found out from google searches that this is caused by a zone record not matching my zone on MS DNS, but how do I determine which one and how do I fix it?
The zone seems to be advocacyinc.org.
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