Chris

I have printed the db.lkl file, so can I ask a question:

Are you saying that for the domain "lkl.ac.uk" I should have a
nameserver called "ns1.lkl.ac.uk" and not the
one we have "ns1.lonklab.ac.uk".
What we did was to register 3 domains but with the same NS hosts
"ns1.lonklab.ac.uk" for all 3.

$TTL 3H
lkl.ac.uk. IN SOA ns1.lonklab.ac.uk. dnsmaster.lkl.ac.uk. (
2006062202 ; serial number
3H ; refresh every 3 hours
1H ; retry every 3 hours
1W ; expire after a week
1D ; minimum )
; Name Servers
lkl.ac.uk. IN NS ns1.lonklab.ac.uk.
lkl.ac.uk. IN NS mail1.ccs.bbk.ac.uk.
; Addresses
localhost.lkl.ac.uk. IN A 127.0.0.1
ns1.lkl.ac.uk. IN A 193.61.29.32
; aliases
www.lkl.ac.uk. IN CNAME thor.dcs.bbk.ac.uk.
; Addresses outside this domain
ns1.lonklab.ac.uk. IN A 193.61.29.32
thor.dcs.bbk.ac.uk. IN A 193.61.29.33
mail1.ccs.bbk.ac.uk. IN A 193.61.22.6

Andrew

> The authoritative ac.uk nameservers believe that the nameservers for
> lkl.ac.uk are
>
> ns1.lonklab.ac.uk
> mail1.ccs.bbk.ac.uk
>
> The first has a plausible copy of the zone, but the NS records in it
> bear no relation to those above.