Re: DNS exceptions - DNS

This is a discussion on Re: DNS exceptions - DNS ; Bastien wrote: > Hi, > > is it possible to define "exceptions" for a domain without having to > host it as a master zone ? > Sure, define it as a slave :-) > Like "exception: webmail.example.com == w.x.y.z". ...

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  1. Re: DNS exceptions

    Bastien wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > is it possible to define "exceptions" for a domain without having to
    > host it as a master zone ?
    >

    Sure, define it as a slave :-)
    > Like "exception: webmail.example.com == w.x.y.z".
    > Is there a standard/official way ?
    >

    The answer to the general question is: no, you can't "override" like
    that without defining a separate zone.


    - Kevin



  2. Re: DNS exceptions

    Thanks Kevin.

    Kevin Darcy wrote:
    > Bastien wrote:
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > is it possible to define "exceptions" for a domain without having to
    > > host it as a master zone ?
    > >

    > Sure, define it as a slave :-)
    > > Like "exception: webmail.example.com == w.x.y.z".
    > > Is there a standard/official way ?
    > >

    > The answer to the general question is: no, you can't "override" like
    > that without defining a separate zone.
    >
    >
    > - Kevin




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