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I have a small network of SuSE SLES 9 servers that are connected with OpenVPN. From the OpenVPN server, I manage all of the servers with SSH connecting to them ...
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- 06-26-2006 #1
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- Jun 2006
BIND with custom private domain name
I have a small network of SuSE SLES 9 servers that are connected with OpenVPN. From the OpenVPN server, I manage all of the servers with SSH connecting to them with their VPN IP addresses.
I recently setup the /etc/hosts file to contain hostnames for each server so I don't have to remember specific IP addresses. The format for my hosts file is..
x.x.x.x hostname.mydomain.man hostname
The mydomain.man portion of the FQDN is a custom private domain that I made up for internal use, primarily so we know which network the servers are on and so they don't conflict with any of the public networks we use.
I decided to attempt to move my /etc/hosts file to a BIND server running locally on my OpenVPN server. Using some readme's I found on the internet, I configured all of the required files to get bind running, and the caching portion is working. However, my custom hostnames are not resolving when I query the local DNS server.
I have setup all the SOA and A records in what look to be the right places, but I must still be missing something.
Anyone have tips on how to get BIND working with a custom, private, domain name.