Re: DNS zones

From: nguyenpv (nguyenpv1980_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 03/24/05

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    if it's in the secondary zone, DNS_A shouldn't have to contact the
    server that hosts the matching primary zone. It should've been able to
    answer ClientA request (assuming the zone are transfered from the
    Master to DNS_A). However, if it's not in it's zone the DNS_A will
    forward the request to the primary server and if that doesn't work and
    DNS is configured in non-exclusive mode, it will go out to the root
    hint and look for it.

    Correct me if I'm wrong.

    Thanks,
    Pete
    James wrote:
    > Question
    >
    > Say you have ClientA, with IP 1.1.1.1 and its DNS server (DNS_A) with
    IP
    > 1.1.1.2, ClientA makes a request to DNS_A, DNS_A has the info listed
    in a
    > secondary zone, does DNS_A or ClientA go and contact the server that
    hosts
    > the matching primary zone for the secondary zone on DNS_A
    >
    > Thanks


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