On Fri, Jan 23, 2004 at 12:39:25PM -0800, John McDonnell mentioned:
> Evening all,
>> Anyone here have experience moving DNS from a Raq2 or 3 to something more
> up to date? Anything huge I should be on the look out for? In theory it
> should be straightforward, but things are rarely simple where a Raq2 is
> involved. Primary is ona Raq2 and Secondary is on a Raq3. They're both
> woefully out of date.
What you could try is setup another DNS server to be a slave of the old
master, get that to suck down all the DNS, and then you know it's in a
neat bind9 format.
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