Linux DNS set up

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  1. juliush

    juliush New Member

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    I've been trying to accomplish a DNS set up on my local machine using Linux and CentOS.


    I am able to ping, dig and nslookup to my example website.

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    On my Linux everything seemed to work:I can access my server and ping/nslookup/etc to the requested webpage on my created Linux server but when I'm in command line in Windows I'm unable to ping/nslookup/... ims.be and as such I'm also unable to surf to ims.be using any web browser. However when I surf to my IP address this displays the page ims.be like it should.

    When I ask (in Windows) for ipconfig -all, I realised that on my local area connection I got 3 DNS servers but I only need to access the 192.168.0.198...?
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    What are these 2a02:1800:100::44:1 and 2a02:1800:100::44:2 doing?

    Are they causing that I'm unable to ping to my webpage hosted on my linux?

    If yes: can I remove or shut down these 2 DNS servers?

    Or is something else causing this problem?

    Any help would really be appreciated!
  2. arochester

    arochester Well-Known Member

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  3. MikeyD

    MikeyD Active Member

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    What are you using as your DNS server? Bind? Also are your zones set up correctly? Post your full DNS server config file.
  4. SHarper

    SHarper New Member

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    Those two strange looking strings are IPv6 addresses. Probably your router or something.

    Post your DNS config and zone files.

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