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Old 17th June 2007, 03:33
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Default Please help me whit bind9

Hello party peopel, i'm tryng config the bind9 (first time)
and i think is all ok but i can't ping the adress...

check this out:

on /etc/bind/zones/master

i have 2 files:
- tuga4u.com.db
- 192.168.1.rev

on the file tuga4u.com.db is this:
$TTL 604800
@ IN SOA tuga4u.com. admin.tuga4u.com. (
2007061101 ; Serial
7200 ; Refresh
120 ; Retry
2419200 ; Expire
604800) ; Default TTL

IN NS dns.tuga4u.com.
IN NS ns
IN NS ns1.tuga4u.com
IN NS ns2.tuga4u.com

IN MX 10 mail.tuga4u.com.
@ IN A
boss IN A
www IN A
news IN A
mail IN A
dns IN A
dns2 IN A
( is the server where bind9 is executed)

On 192.168.1.rev is this:
$TTL 1d ;
@ IN SOA ns1.tuga4u.com. info.tuga4u.com. (
IN NS ns1.tuga4utuga4u.com.
IN NS ns2.tuga4u.com.
1 IN PTR ns1.tuga4u.com.
2 IN PTR ns2.tuga4u.com.

on /etc/bind i have this files:



now, wenn i ping the host:

ping ns1.tuga4u.com
ping: unknown host ns1.tuga4u.com

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