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Old 17th January 2013, 16:30
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I took out the secondary dns entry.
Tried resyn in ispconfig>>tools without succes
I have no pri.* files in the ns2 server either in /etc or /etc/bind
What are the ports I need open on both server:
Here is what I have now:
On primary:
tcp: 20,21,22,25,53,80,110,143,443,463,587,993,995,3306 ,8080,8081 UDP: 53,3306
On secondary:
TCP : 22,53 UDP : 53

What is the data flow? Is it the ns2 that connect to ns1 or the other way around?
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Old 17th January 2013, 16:43
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ns2 is connecting to ns1. i posted a link that conatins the instructions to debug this in my last post. Please follow the instructions to debug your issue.
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Old 21st January 2013, 16:23
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I followed what you said and reconfigured miror as the howto said.
Rsync the pri.* files manually in /etc/bind on ns2.
Everything is ok if I querry any dns but when I change dns entry on master server it doesn't sync the ns2 and I'm back with SOA mismatch and dns entry not in sync...

I'm kind a back to square one,

If I modify a zone on the master this is the log on the slave ns2:

Jan 21 10:17:13 server named[883]: client xx.xx.xx.xx#33142: received notify for zone 'domain.com'

Here is the log for ns1 master:

Jan 21 10:17:02 Server named[839]: received control channel command 'reload'
Jan 21 10:17:02 Server named[839]: loading configuration from '/etc/bind/named.conf'
Jan 21 10:17:03 Server named[839]: reading built-in trusted keys from file '/etc/bind/bind.keys'
Jan 21 10:17:03 Server named[839]: using default UDP/IPv4 port range: [1024, 65535]
Jan 21 10:17:03 Server named[839]: using default UDP/IPv6 port range: [1024, 65535]
Jan 21 10:17:09 Server named[839]: reloading configuration succeeded
Jan 21 10:17:09 Server named[839]: reloading zones succeeded
Jan 21 10:17:12 Server named[839]: zone domain.com/IN: domain.com.domain.com/NS 'ns5.domain.com.domain.com' has no REQUIRED GLUE address records (A or AAAA)
Jan 21 10:17:12 Server named[839]: zone domain.com/IN: loaded serial 2013012102
Jan 21 10:17:13 Server named[839]: zone domain.com/IN: sending notifies (serial 2013012102)

Any suggestion...
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Old 21st January 2013, 16:48
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1) Did you delete all secondary zones in ispconfig like I suggested?

If no, then do it now.

if Yes, then you have a general problem with your ispconfig multiserver setup, e.g. the /etc/hosts file was not configured in the way described in the tutorial before ispconfig was installed on the master and slave server. If the file is not setup corrcetly before you install ispconfig, the sync must fail later as the slave server is not able to conect to the mysql master database then to get the required domain infos for the sync.

To test this, enable loglevel debug for the slave server in ispconfig, disable the server.sh script in the root crontb of the slave and run it manually. See sticky post in this forum for detailed instructions.
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Old 14th February 2013, 10:27
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Originally Posted by Wisdown View Post
For secondary DNS i`m using:

puck.nether.net.
This post is directed to Wisdown, or anyone else who is/was using puck.nether.net as a secondary DNS server.

WHAT HAPPENED TO PUCK.NETHER.NET?

I have been using puck.nether.net secondary DNS for several years, recently I noticed some dns errors on my domain. I traced it to puck.nether.net using the cool free DNS tool http://ww2.infoblox.com/services/dns_advisor_tool.cfm

It seems as though this service has fallen off the face of the internet. Is this true or am I being stupid? My last status message from puck.nether.net was on Nov 29, 2012.

Any comments?

-John
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