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Old 09-27-2011, 07:45 AM
Alan McKinnon
 
Default Bind problems when registering new domains....

On Tue, 27 Sep 2011 09:10:53 +0200
Jens Reinemuth <jens@reinemuth.info> wrote:

> Hi everybody,
>
> i registered a new domain yesterday and tried to set the primary ans
> secondary nameserver as usual, which resulted in the following
> error-message:
>
> Nameserver error - ERROR: 116 SOA record response must be
> authoritative (resolver, answer)
> ([/10.121.46.9|/2001:608:6:7:5:0:0:11]=--80.239.175.176:53 (UDP,
> PROTOCOL_EXPLICITLY_CHOSEN, Timeout: 3s, Retry: 1 x 0s, unsecure,
> ignoreTC), [/10.121.46.9|/2001:608:6:7:5:0:0:11]=--80.239.175.176:53
> (UDP, PROTOCOL_EXPLICITLY_CHOSEN, Timeout: 3s, Retry: 1 x 0s,
> unsecure, ignoreTC): RA )


Is this for a .de zone?

Google returns many many hits for that error, all of them related
to .de somehow. This link seems to lay out the registrar rules nicely:

http://www.denic.de/en/background/name-server-service-of-denic/name-server-and-nsentry-data.html?cHash=3486f26050ac1dc3cbe6f5842dc70494

Your problem is certainly not related to bind itself, but to the data
in your zone file. .de has a reputation of being somewhat ever-the-top
pedantic and your zone files seem to have something in them that the
registrar doesn't like.



>
> In the server there are 2 networking-interfaces, the ip-address of the
> error belongs to the second one...
>
>
> I am currently running bind-9.7.4 and did not change anything to the
> config (except adding the new domain to the zones...)
>
> As i am not really into the whole bind-thingy (someone configured it
> for me...) i am totally stuck here...
>
> Actually i tried to update bind to bind-9.8.1 and performed all the
> chmods that were suggested, but no change... Still got the same
> errors.
>
> Perhaps there is someone out there who can help me with this issue...
>
> Regards,
>
> Jens
>



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Alan McKinnnon
alan.mckinnon@gmail.com
 

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