Solved (I think): Re:Dumb bind question

Madison Kelly linux-5ZoueyuiTZhBDgjK7y7TUQ at
Fri Sep 25 18:59:38 UTC 2009

Madison Kelly wrote:
> S P Arif Sahari Wibowo wrote:
>> On Fri, 25 Sep 2009, Madison Kelly wrote:
>>> Indeed you are right, and that was an old copy (hence the type), but 
>>> the NS section's syntax was the same.
>> Just update the file with higher serial number and try to repush the 
>> update.
> I did, sorry, I didn't make that clear. To be safe, I incremented by one 
> and reloaded bind. Same deal. Regardless, the change in IP happened some 
> time ago... Loooong past the TTL and several serial numbers ago. I 
> didn't catch it though because the 119 address stayed valid.
> Madi

My registrar DNS entries were 'ns[1|2]' for my 
domain... No area to enter an IP address directly. However, when I went 
to update the DNS entries, it asked me for IPs for the two NS. I 
re-entered them with the new IPs and now it seems to work.


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