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Bind9 on Debian : nslookup point on localhost not my ip server

i have just install bind9 on Debian. I think i haven't configured not everything because i still have a problem with the DNS and the propagation. I think the problem is say by nslookup : Server: ...
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How to determine which DNS server has the authority to set rDNS (PTR records)?

or to re-phrase... How to determine to whom authority has been delegated to set rDNS? Background In a multi-tier environment, where a block of IP's is assigned, then further split and assigned ...
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How do I set up a reverse zone file?

I have this zone file in bind: $TTL 86400 mysite.net. IN SOA ns1.mysite.net. admin.mysite.net. ( 2006012008 86400 3600 604800 86400 ) ...
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domain/IN: has no NS records

I have set up a home web server using Ubuntu 12.10 and I can safely say that it works with regards to router forwarding and ports being found. I know this, because switched my hosting provider's VPS ...
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Reverse DNS with Private NS :: ns1.example.com & website example.com must be on same public IP?

Fairly noobish question, kind of ashamed to be asking ;-) At any rate, I'm using a commercial control panel (similar to Plesk) that I use to manage DNS. I have ns1.example.com setup with the ...
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setting the reverse dns for a email server [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: setting the reverse dns for a email server I'm having some trouble with email on a dedicated server, with Windows Server 2008. I've reached the conclusion I have to ...
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Moving from one ISP to another; DNS PTR question

We are going to be moving from one ISP to another in the next month or so, and I will be changing the TTL's down to 60 seconds on the DNS servers that I have authority for, but our current ISP has ...
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Problems with reverse DNS pointing to unknown hostname

I am trying to create nameservers in my new OpenVZ VPS. It is a box running debian and I have installed webmin. When I check if the primary nameserver is working I get the following message: ...
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Switched netblocks, new DNS resolving PTR to old DNS IP - why?

A bit of a weird problem here and hope someone can help describe and/or fix with me. We were on a /24 network A.A.A.A and recently switched to B.B.B.B. The nameservers were all updated with the ...