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  • #40885

    marius
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    I have a little problem with my DNS configuration, if I ping http://www.domain.ro it’s OK, but if I ping domain.ro I get no reply

    My DNS:
    My TLD record is ns1.domain.ro

    domain.ro. NS ns1.domain.ro.

    SOA ns1.domain.ro. marius.domain.ro. 2008012900 3600 7200 1209600 172800

    localhost A 127.0.0.1

    ns1 A 89.38.xx.xxx

    www CNAME ns1.domain.ro.
    Now I want to insert a new record:
    domain.ro A 89.38.xx.xxx

    I receive this error: ERROR: ldap_add: Already exists (68)

    #46114

    vmv4
    Member

    The same problem with me.

    I think it is caused by storing DNS info in LDAP tree, where domain.name is a suffix for other OU.
    I tried to add x.x.x.x domain.name in /etc/hosts but didn’t success.
    Maybe someone can help.

    #46115

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    you should select the the DNS entry that contains the SOA (its name is @) and click on the [New] button of the “Resource Commands”.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #46116

    marius
    Member

    Working now, all working with Zeroshell

    Thank you

    #46117

    vmv4
    Member

    Thanks a lot!

    #46118

    JasonBrown
    Member

    Thats the problem with me too, but after seeing this thread i resolved it.

    #46119

    kalpesh
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    you should select the the DNS entry that contains the SOA (its name is @) and click on the [New] button of the “Resource Commands”.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    thanks

    #46120

    doudou225
    Member

    Hello!
    Could someone please explain me the meanning of the different entries that one should add to set up a dns server with zeroshell. Those SOA, txt, ptr and overall their syntax. Expecting your replies. Thanks.

    #46121

    ppalias
    Member
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