When I run;
/usr/sbin/fred-admin --zone_add --zone_fqdn=tst
and geneate the completed zone it looks like;
$TTL 18000 ;default TTL for all records in zone
tst. IN SOA localhost. hostmaster.localhost. (1249044567 10600 3600
IN NS localhost.
How does one go about setting up the zone settings the fred way?
By the way, Fred installed seemlessly on debian 'squeeze' using
fred-manager. I have a list of packages fred needs for debian if
anyone is interested.
I have installed FRED on a PC witch have as OS DEBIAN 5.0
All servers are running (fred-adifd, fred-pifd, fred-pyfred, fred-rifd, omniname)
But when I try to create contact or other objects it send back this error : "Command failed"
Is it version problem of package or ?
I know it's not a best practice but an important percentage of our
domains use only one nameserver.
Is there a possibility of FRED not enforcing at least two nameservers?.
We are considering several other alternatives for implementing this best
We are now testing the nameserver
In my file db.fo, which is created with the genzone_client script, the serial number is 1244941201
But when querying the nameserver from internet the serial is still 1244422801. (old number)Do you know what can be wrong or missing ?Should something be done in FRED, or is it some settings in BIND ?regardsPetur