On Mon, 13 May 2002, Niall O Broin wrote:
> resolving this apart from simply dumping the whole company.loc domain into
> the DNS servers /etc/hosts (which wouldn't actually be that difficult, but
> I'd prefer a more elegant solution).
on DNS on that machine, define stub zones for company.loc, master ->
the company.loc NS.
(i presume the problem is that company.loc is not resolvable via the
internet/NS listed in resolv.conf. stub zones are useful as a way of
"hinting" to named what NSs it should use for arbitrary zones.)
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