Server :: Unable To Resolve Domain Name With Local DNS Server / Sort It?
Jan 18, 2011
I have set up DNS server set up on my RH 5.5 system. It is working perfectly as Caching only Server but but when i tried to make it a primary server for a zone it didn't resolved. I am actually a newbie so please correct me if i am wrong somewhere. Here are my configuration files code...
I recently installed bind9 on mandriva 2008.1, after having done the necessary configuration.. I still can't find my domain I configured cant ping on other machines on the LAN but can actually ping on any other website on the internet even though name server is configured to point to local machine..... I dont understand what I'm doing wrong.
There seems to be some problem in my dns server. The configuration is perfectly ok.But what happens sometimes is, it couldn't resolve some domains sometimes.After restarting the named,it again resolves the domain. whats happening on my dns server
I have setup a home based web server to host a photo blog for myself and my friends. I will be running wordpress and possibly a phpbb3 forum. I'd like to open this to discuss server administration, server setup, and server maintenance. However, I have a pretty good start on all of those but serving a domain name to my static ip. Here my static ip is 22.214.171.124. I registered a domain through [URL]... It appears that I have the domain working to forward to my ip. However, I am still getting this output file from apache.
I have tested the domain name across a few different computers on different ips. It works appropriately. I just want to make sure I have it set correctly on the (apache) server side of things. Then I can get more into Zone Editing etc.
No idea whats going on here I host a couple of domains. Recently I changed ISP and had a change of IP address. I changed my zone files to the new address and updated my nameservers to the ones given by the new ISP and now, my main domain wont work, I can however, receive mail, checking using DNS quick check works and other domains are fine. I'm using OPENSUSE 11
domain http://www.smalljokes.net works fine http://www.hatchnet.com.au fails
i have hosted three websites on a computer at home on debian. i use ServerName directive for each site to map it to the desired dir. For example there are kdelchev.com and webtut.org on the same IP(126.96.36.199).
When i try to open any of my sites eg. kdelchev.com with my pocket pc (Asus P535) it displays carstatistics.eu, instead the site i want. Is that an apache misconfiguration? And what have to change to make it working?
In the office there is a local network with samba+openldap PDC. The local domain name is company.net. The company desided to create a corporate Website on a remote hosting and desided that the site's domain should be company.net which is same as local network's domain name. So now it is not possible to reach that corporate website from within the company's local network because, as I guess, bind9 which is installed on above menioned PDC looks for company.net on a local webserver. Is there a possibility to let people from this local network browse the remote site?
One of our servers crashed due to hard drive problems. We were able restore data from backups; however the only info on the samba PDC portion of the server we have are the local and domain SIDs. Armed with only this info; is there a way to recreate the previous domain so the users and machine accounts could recognize it?
As the title suggest, I have downlaoded the latest copy of Ubuntu Server from the ubuntu website.Everything installed fine. DHCP configured ok as far as I can tell. I can ping other machines on my network (which are running Windows) and they can ping the Ubuntu machine and conenct to Apache which is running on it.If I try to ping google.com or any other domain, it gives the correct IP address but gives no response to any pings, dont telnet on port 80 (or any toher potr for that matter) on any machine on the internet. I checked the settings using ifconfig to see what DHCP had assigned, and they matched the windows machines configuration (other than the IP address obvisouly). I tried assigning a static IP, even reserving a particular IP for my NIC.
Whatever I do, i cant connect to any machine outside the network via IP or domain.I have searched everywhere and tried everything i can find on the net but still to no avail.The Windows machines are part of a domain called alcom-uk.local and run off of a Windows Small Business 2003 Server. Not sure if i need to manually setup Ubuntu to connect using a domain or anything.
I have an internal domain (dev.lan) for which my Ubuntu server is authoritative. We have a number of subdomains under that domain (test.dev.lan, svn.dev.lan, etc.). The server also acts as the primary DNS server for my office. It was originally set up under Ubuntu 8 and worked great.
However, ever since we upgraded to Ubuntu 10, our Windows clients periodically lose the ability to resolve domains on the dev.lan domain. Internal IP addresses can still be pinged from the Windows machines so it does not appear to be a network-connectivity issue. External domain names continue to resolve without any problems. The only workaround is to restart networking on the Windows clients. It's frustrating because it happens several times a day.
I've got a home server running Ubuntu Server 9.04 and several machines running Ubuntu Desktop (9.04 and 8.04) and Windows (XP, Vista and 7). Now what I want to do is to create a domain and directory server similar in function to Windows Server w/ AD and join my other machines to the domain, but am not sure where to start. I already have file shares with Samba but now I want to setup a domain.
I can't update my ubuntu clock with my server. If i run the command ntpdate domain.local, it gives me this erro (no server suitable for synchronization found) if i run the command nslookup domain.local it works well and found my server
I am using CentOS 5.5 and have installed PowerDNS with MySQL backend. I have Apache and PHP installed and I'm using PowerAdmin to create the master zone.I have tried to configure the zone to resolve my domain name and I have had no success.I've googled and read tutorials and have tried suggested methods, but it's still not working.This is a new adventure for me and I would like to be able to host a site from my home for experimental purposes. I am a mature (read OLD) student enrolled in Networking and have done some units in Web Design (though I'm not very good at it).
I have a strange problem (at least strange to me).
I am running a 64bit CentOS 5 Server with DirectAdmin control panel. I have used the default settings when installing both DA and CentOS. I have not installed any extra firewalls or anything else (yet).
Everything is running perfectly fine. DirectAdmin has been installed and configured fine, and it all is running smoothly. Apart from 1 thing.
When trying to access the server from my office computer (and another, off-site, server), I am unable to access SSH or DA. I am sure there is no problem with my ISP, and no internal firewall blocking these ports. I am running multiple DirectAdmin servers and can access others just fine (SSH too for that matter). However, I am able to access HTTP on the server. So it seems to be JUST SSH and DA.
I am convinced the problem is that my server (the one I'm trying to connect to) has blocked access to SSH and DirectAdmin for my office and server IP. Just to be clear, these services are working from EVERY OTHER location I have tried.
I have checked for the DirectAdmin blocked IP list, and it does not exist (which means its not blocked by DA). Even if it was on the list, that should not affect SSH.
We're still using an NT Domain Server, and Samba is already configured properly. But the problem is if the shared folder is configured in samba to be accessed by group and not the domain username, authentication fails even if the user is member of the group.
I have squid on my RHEL5 server and a no of windows clients ,on clients some sites opened without any error but some sites whilw opening says unable to resolve hostname ,why this kind of problem ?This may be DNS problem ,but it should happen for all address not some .
I'm managing a residential network. Each flat is its own subnet, and can only communicate with the other flats through a router (i.e. no broadcast). 95% of these 300 subnets only contains windows computers (from lambda users).
My final goal is to be able to browse the entire network from any computer.
I set up a samba server acting as a wins server, and every computer is aware of it because it is registered in the dhcp. So name resolution is working fine for everyone.
The same samba server is set to be the "Domain master browser":
workgroup = WORKGROUP wins support = yes prefered master = yes local master = yes domain master = yes os level = 65
When I browse the network (using "net view" or "browstat view"), I can only see the servers which are in the same subnet as the domain master browser.
Now, when in a subnet the computers arrange themselves to find a "local master browser", the only visible computers are the one in that subnet.
What I don't understand is why all the local masters don't synchronize their lists with the domain master.
So, to sum up, every subnet get the following behaviour:
-if a local master is elected, the only visible computers are the one in the same subnet.
-if no local master is elected, the only visible computers are the one in the subnet of the domain master.
-if I add another samba, configured as a local master winning all elections, then the magic is working and the lists are synchronized.
What is expected: -every computer can see all the computer from all the subnets.
I'm trying to figure out how to access the local part and the domain part of an email address in postfix's main.cf. For example, email@example.com has myname as the local part and mydomain.net as the domain part.I get the whole email address with %s. I want to speed up the lookups by writing better database queries.I've had no luck finding this in the otherwise well documented postfix.
Client unable to listen to NIS domain server.I have configured an NIS server, which is working fine.I then configured an NIS client to share some like passwd, shadow, etc.By default the client was trying to communicate to the NIS server using the broadcast method..However if I restart the client computer, it fails to communicate or Listen to the domain server. Once I login to the pc, I then check the /etc/yp.conf file and it switched back to the broadcast method.Is there any way that I can make this entry: domain naman.com server station51.naman.com permanent so that even after the reboot it should communicate using the client-server connection rather than the broadcast connection.
My question is: 1] i am able to send mails to localhost or any user of localhost..through any user... 2] able to send mails to extrnal domains like gmail yahoo rediff etc..
I am unable to send mail in internal domain..detail..Main mail server is exchange i configured 1 sendmail and another machine for nagios this both machine are not sending mails to me or on my domain mail id..
Centos 5, After switching out server to another provider the website responds as it should but the server is unable to establish connections to remote servers. Yes the internet connection is fine, I'm actually working on the server remotely.
--- 188.8.131.52 ping statistics --- 4 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 2999ms /etc/resolv.conf has opendns nameservers nameserver 184.108.40.206 nameserver 220.127.116.11 search localdomain and I've updated /etc/sysconfig/network to reflect the new IP address.
Whenever I try to use the sudo command in the terminal I get the message unable to resolve host, then my computer name. Here's some command line output with some files which I think may be causing the problem. I have Operating Systems homework and need sudo
I'm having really weird and frustrating DNS issues with my clients unable to properly resolve the server's ip address. They can resolve each other's, and outside systems, but not the server - at least, not correctly, and not all the time.
I have one Ubuntu server set up that does both DHCP and DNS serving to the Windows systems. The server has DNS forwarding turned on to forward to OpenDNS's servers (I've tried using my ISP's dns servers but the problem remains). The server is *not* set up as a firewall; I am actually using a DLink router for that, and the Dlink is *not* set up to serve up DHCP nor DNS.
What I am getting is that my clients - and there are nothing but Windows clients - will not resolve the name of the server. For example, if I do: ping linuxserver
I get back a false IP address of 192.168.0.64 (and I've seen once a 192.168.2.49).
If, however, I put a dot in there: ping linuxserver.
I get back the *correct* IP address of 192.168.0.2, and thereafter, ping'ng linuxserver without the dot will work. Until the dns cache expires, either naturally or with ipconfig /flushdns on the windows clients.
The client *are* getting valid dhcp leases and can resolve everything happy-happy, they just will not get the proper address of the server 100% of the time.