Hi TrevorH,first of all, thanks you for your quick response!I have installed BIND Server and using the following configuration my client computer with (only) DNS1 = 192.168.99.101... [by menorca]
I have a question regarding NXDOMAIN/Unqualified Domain searches in BIND/DNS
What we want: We want the ability to have unresolved queries or unqualified searches go against a default bind zone. The reasoning for this is we have no dhcp server at our location and we have a lot of client machines we would have to end up adding suffixes for. This is undesired.
Bind 9.8.2 from official Centos updates repo used to work fine, but then I needed to tweak it by compiling from source (nothing crazy here -- just compiled with different options than offered in the CentOS RPM. Note that I used the source from bind-9.9.4, not 9.8.x, so maybe this is potentially the problem?
BIND does not use the forwarders to resolve any more. It just goes to the root servers. I do not know when this started happening since everything worked transparently, but for sure bind configuration was not altered. It was upgraded though using apt.
I have two guest operating systems of CentOS installed in VMware Server. One is the server and one is the client. On the server I have installed BIND and set up two servers--> server1 and server... [by tklMe]