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What does the BIND 8.x.x zone statement "type stub" mean. I know what "type master" and "type slave" mean, but I can't fiqure out what the stub thing means. Thanks.
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zmanz,
      There is a detail explanation on zone type.  Please visit ISC homepage for the rest of the details:

      http://www.isc.org/products/BIND/docs/config/zone.html

-- excerpt from ISC homepage:    
 A stub zone is like a slave zone, except that it replicates only the NS records of a master zone instead of the entire zone.

regards,

Samri
     
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