CAVEAT: if you want to change an SOA record via nsupdate, you need to do=20
an "add" of the new SOA RR and the serial number of the new RR needs to=20
be higher than the old serial number. SOA deletes are ignored, and adds=20
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- Kevin

holger.honert@signal-iduna.de wrote:

>Hi Matt,
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>>update add ras.system.local 3600 MX 50 mail.ras.system.local
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>Freundlichen Gru=C3=9F/Kind Regards
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>Holger Honert
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>Matt Kukowski
>Gesendet von: bind-users-bounce@isc.org
>14.12.2004 11:12
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>Thema: nsupdate with bind9
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>Hello,
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>Can someone send me or point me to a location where I can get all ( or a=

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>update delete somehost.example.com. A
>update add somehost.example.com. 86400 A 10.0.0.1
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>better yet all types of records..
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>thanks in advance
>-matt
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