BIND9 - dig server fail

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by alike, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. alike a écrit :
    This is just the delegation and does not answer my question : who is
    operating the two hosts at addresses and 52 and how are
    they (supposed to be) related to your private DNS server ?
    Pascal Hambourg, Jan 20, 2012
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  2. What was revealed when you did a `whois` on either of those IPs?

    [quoting and attribution was mangled before I showed up.]
    Allodoxaphobia, Jan 21, 2012
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  3. alike

    alike Guest

    alike, Jan 22, 2012
  4. alike

    alike Guest

    The name of the compay was OK.
    The person ( registered ) is absolute. For like.. 6 years.
    The name of the ISP is correct.

    My ISP has granted my 4 free IP addresses. This addresses are in range
    from - 54. I can use this addresses for any purpose.
    So I took 51 and 52 as addresses for my DNS servers.

    btw. Pascal, is this the information that you need ?
    alike, Jan 22, 2012
  5. alike a écrit :
    Of course you can send me e-mail, but I cannot guarantee that it will
    solve the problem faster than continue posting here.
    Pascal Hambourg, Jan 22, 2012
  6. alike a écrit :
    That is five addresses. ;-)
    From the whois data it seems that you have a /29 block (8 addresses, - The first and last are reserved for subnet
    and broadcast, one is used by the access router (probably
    and the rest (five addresses) is available for you. Is this correct ?
    Did you set up two hosts with these adresses and set them up as DNS
    servers ?
    Pascal Hambourg, Jan 22, 2012
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    alike Guest

    ** Yes, this is correct.
    ** I have set just one computer ( and the configuration is
    as you have described in post before.

    Of course you can send me e-mail, but I cannot guarantee that it will
    solve the problem faster than continue posting here
    ** no problem :). I send you mail....
    alike, Jan 23, 2012
  8. alike a écrit :
    However this address does not appear to reply to DNS queries (nor
    anything else I tried such as ICMP echo request aka ping and UDP
    traceroute) from here. Maybe it has a firewall that requires to open TCP
    and UDP port 53 ?
    Pascal Hambourg, Jan 23, 2012
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    alike Guest

    sudo netstat -anltp|grep :53
    alike, Jan 24, 2012
  10. alike

    alike Guest

    when i make dig:

    ; <<>> DiG 8.2 <<>> @ ANY
    ; (1 server found)
    ;; res options: init recurs defnam dnsrch
    ;; res_nsend to server Connection timed out

    Your host ( has visited 3 times today.
    alike, Jan 24, 2012
  11. alike a écrit :
    Ok but this is, not How is
    supposed to translate into ?
    Pascal Hambourg, Jan 24, 2012
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    alike Guest

    alike, Jan 24, 2012
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    alike Guest

    I dont know. As in photo that i send you in email, the "dns server" is
    in Lan network at address 192.168.1.XX.
    The are addresses that i got from my isp.
    This addresses are registered in Carnet DNS zone.

    The computer must be in local network address....
    alike, Jan 26, 2012
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    alike Guest

    alike, Jan 26, 2012
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    alike Guest

    alike, Jan 27, 2012
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