> > the dnsdomain attribute is well-documented. what i didn't see
> > is the convention for where to hang it in the database.
> > generally, i do this by setting ipnet in /lib/ndb/local. e.g.

>
> I put it in my ndb/local and it works for the Plan 9 server
>
> % ndb/dnsquery
> > cab

> cab.mteege.de ip 10.8.47.11
>
> But if I query the server from other clients on the same network I've
> got empty results. Is dnsdomain only usefull for "internal" querys?
>
> Matthias


by "other clients" do you mean plan 9 systems or non-plan9 systems?
the default domain is not communicated via dns mechanisms.

- erik