This is a discussion on Re: sending notifies from slave server - DNS ; email@example.com wrote on 10/06/2004 02:37:59 AM: > Hai, > I am using bind 9.2.1 in my debian system and it > works well both in master & slave servers. > > When the zone transfer completes, I was noticed that ...
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 10/06/2004 02:37:59 AM:
> I am using bind 9.2.1 in my debian system and it
> works well both in master & slave servers.
> When the zone transfer completes, I was noticed that "
> zone abc.com/IN: sending notifies (serial 11) " &
> zone 211.19.20.in-addr.arpa/IN: sending notifies
> (serial 11) " in the slave server.
> Generally the primary server will send a
> notification and the slave servers will accept. But
> why slave servers send a notification? To whom it will
By default named will send notifies to all name servers listed in the NS
RR set for a given zone, except for the name server listed in the dname
field of the SOA RR, regardless of whether named loaded the zone as a
master or slave. This behavior is driven by RFC 1996.
You probably don't want the slave(s) sending the notify. Use the
following zone syntax to turn this behavior off:
Notice the use of "notify no;". This statement turns off notify for this
zone. Read the BIND ARM for details regarding other notify tweaking
features such as "also-notify" and "notify-source-..."
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