I have tried both methods and it's not working.
Here's the relevant part of my named.boot
primary 150.140.209.in-addr.arpa 209.140.150.reverse.db
Here's the relevant part of 209.140.150.reverse.db
@ IN SOA ns.csolutions.net. scoleman.csolutions.net. (
1999042908 ; serial
10800 ; refresh
3600 ; retry
604800 ; expire
86400) ; minimum
@ IN NS ns.csolutions.net.
27-0 IN NS ns.haygood.org.
22 IN CNAME 22.27-0.150.140.209.in-addr.arpa.
I just want to forward 22-31 in the 209.140.150 network to the customers
name server, ns.haygood.org, at 22.214.171.124. Why doesn't this work?
----- Original Message -----
From: Fernando M. Kiernan <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 1999 3:36 PM
Subject: RE: [NTISP] DNS Reverse Delegation
> There is a RFC (2317) that explains the method suggested to do the
> You can get it from:
> Hope this helps.
> Fernando M. Kiernan
> Imagenes Digitales S.A.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Steve Coleman
> Sent: Jueves 29 de Abril de 1999 17:05
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: [NTISP] DNS Reverse Delegation
> How would you delegate a range of IP's, less than a class C, to another
> server? We have a customer down stream who wants to run his own Name
> within the range of his /27. Obviously we want to continue to have
> of the rest of the IP's in the class C he is part of.
> We are using Bind for NT.
> Steve Coleman
> Computer Solutions