I'm running a windows 2003 server and linux server on my network, and trying to move everything from the windows one to the linux one.
DNS has got me stuck - it looks hard on a linux machine!
the DNS manager in windows server 2003 has no reverse lookup zones configured, but several in the forward lookup zones.
They look like:
(same as parent folder) Start of Authority(SOA) , ns1.domainname.com., hostmaster.
(same as parent folder) Name Server (NS) ns1.domainname.com.
(same as parent folder) Name Server (NS) ns2.domainname.com.
(Same as parent folder) Host (A) 184.108.40.206
www Host (A) 220.127.116.11
subdomain Host (A) 18.104.22.168
.....and I'd like to replicate this setup on the linux machine in the easiest and most robust way possible.