On Mon, Oct 01, 2001 at 04:10:57AM +0100, Paul Jakma came forth with:
> On Mon, 1 Oct 2001, Ciaran Costelloe wrote:
>> > the Windows desktop a poor second-best. However, can anyone give me a clue
> > as to what new gremlins have been introduced in Red Hat 7.1 which are
> > causing my connectivity problems?
>> for BIND: is named actually running?
>have a look at the bind website (www.isc.org), and grab one of their pdf
IIRC (I'll have to check when I get home), rndc is the bind 9 equivalent
of ndc from bind 8. And it's a little more secure. If bind is running, then
have a look at /etc/rndc.conf which should list keys it's going to use, and
/etc/named.conf (or wherever RH puts them). That should list either an acl
of localhost, or one with a key. You need to make sure that key is the one
than rndc.conf will send.
see, it's easy, really <g>
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