Sarav,

To the best of my knowledge RRSET-ORDER was only implemented in Bind versions
greater than 9.2.3.

But by default I believe that the records were returned in "cyclic" order in
version 9.2.3 and below.

So you can upgrade or you canjust create multiple A records with the same name
in your zone file (will want the same TTL also so you do not get warnings) and
you should be all set.

Regards,
-Steve


Quoting saravanan ganapathy :

> Hai,
>
> I am using bind9.2.1 on my debian woody. It works
> well.Now I need to implement round-robin on bind.
> When I include 'rrset-order' in named.conf, it says
> that "/etc/bind/named.conf:29: option 'rrset-order' is
> not implemented ".
>
> What to do? How to setup round-robin on bind 9.2.1 ?
>
> Sarav
>
>
>
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