Chris.. you get the prize.. this is exactly what the problem was.
Chris Eslinger wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 13, 1998 at 07:34:20AM -0500, Al Aldrich wrote:
> > This is for a friend at wpine.com
> > People in my domain using my DNS primary can do reverse lookups for the
> > domain, but remote users on the internet cannot. If the remote user
> > specifies my DNS server to do the lookup, it works, and it works
> > locally, but if they use their own DNS server, reverse lookups for the
> > domain fail.
> > The server is running Solaris 2.6 and generic BIND
> > Any ideas?
> here's what doc found:
> NS list summary for wpine.com. from parent (com.) servers
> == auth61.ns.uu.net. iggy.wpine.com. ips.wpine.com.
> soa @auth61.ns.uu.net. for wpine.com. serial:
> ERROR: no SOA record for wpine.com. from auth61.ns.uu.net.
> soa @iggy.wpine.com. for wpine.com. serial: 1998052724
> soa @ips.wpine.com. for wpine.com. serial: 1998072325
> WARN: Found 2 unique SOA serial #'s for wpine.com.
> Authoritative domain (wpine.com.) servers agree on NS for wpine.com.
> NS list from wpine.com. authoritative servers matches list from
> === parent (com.) servers not authoritative for wpine.com.
> ERROR: ips.wpine.com. claims to be authoritative, but does not appear in
> NS list from authoritative servers
> Checking 1 potential addresses for hosts at wpine.com.
> == 220.127.116.11
> in-addr PTR record found for 18.104.22.168
> ERRORS found for wpine.com. (count: 2)
> WARNINGS issued for wpine.com. (count: 2)
> Done testing wpine.com. Fri Nov 13 11:09:34 CST 1998
> My guess is that iggy (the primary) is out of sync, the updates are being done
> on ips (tertiary, according to whois), and the uu.net server doesn't have
> valid zone info.
> if iggy is indeed where the updates are being done, the serial number needs to
> be updated; it's less for the primary than for the tertiary, which leads me
> to believe that ips is where updates are being done.
> Also, iggy should list ips and auth61.ns.uu.net as NS records.
> Christopher A. Eslinger, Vader SysAdmin
> (913) 534-6344
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