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Robert Moskowitz wrote:

> I know this is the Bind9 list, but...


No it isn't, this is the BIND list.

> I have been running the ISC Bind on NT for some years. It is behind a
> firewall.
>
> I am building a LINUX system with the latest Bind 9 (ran up2date yesterday)
> to replace it.
>
> I want to determine the version of Bind on the NT system. I am pretty sure
> it is 8.something. That I did upgrade from 4.9
>
> I am working on setting up a CIDRed reverse lookup per RFC 2317. It is
> working with Bind9 on LINUX.
>
> Now that I understand how this works, I want to set it up on my NT's Bind
> (the LINUX system still needs Samba and Openldap set up before the switch
> over).
>
> I can't get it to work, the reverse zones are coming up with nothing in
> the SOA (when I do a dumpdb) and no RRs. That is why I want the version
> number so I can effectively trouble shoot this.


dig version.bind txt chaos @

However, the technique for implementing RFC 2317 reverse zones is not
really version-dependent.

If you post your named.conf and zone files we may be able to tell you
what you did wrong.

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Barry Margolin, barmar@alum.mit.edu
Arlington, MA
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