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secondary DNS update

Posted on 2001-08-13
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I have setup a DNS on a Redhad linux.  and also, I am trying to setup 2nd DNS on windows 2000.  What is it that I am missing to make sure the win2000 is getting the info.  I'm not sure if it something I'm doing wrong on the linux or win2000.  I have registered the 1st and 2nd dns, but it looks like they dropped my second dns since it is not setup propperly.

Can some one help?

Thanks,

Joseph
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Which version of bind are you using?
You need to make sure that you have the allow-transfer line in your /etc/named.conf something like:
allow-transfer { xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx; };
If your using bind 9 or higher then you can add some authentication keys to secure it up better too.
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