RE: DNS zone files in Win 2k3 to Bind.
Thanks all for answers.
I cannot declare my bind as a secondary.
The only thing that I can do is import dns zone files ton bind.
The format of these files is:
; Database file domain.es.dns for domain.es zone.
; Zone version: 20074354509
@ IN SOA ns.dnsserver.es. xx.domain.es. (
2007341509 ; serial number
43200 ; refresh
7200 ; retry
2413400 ; expire
10800 ) ; default TTL
; Zone NS records
@ NS xxx.domain.es.
@ NS xxx. domain.es.
ns.dnsserver.es. A 00.00.00.00
@ NS ns0.dnserver.es.
Ns1.dnsserver.es. A 00.00.00.00
@ NS ns1.eu.verio.net.
Ns2.dnsserver.es. A 00.00.00.00
; Zone records
@ CNAME domain.es.
www CNAME domain.es.
Which is that script? Can you rememeber?
Thanks a lot to everybody!
De: Steve Suehring [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Enviado el: jueves, 31 de enero de 2008 4:25
Asunto: Re: DNS zone files in Win 2k3 to Bind.
I might use a perl'ish script for it. I thought I remembered doing
something similar in the past for an ISP when the AXFR didn't work. I
might be able to dig that up but a zone transfer as suggested here is by
far the easiest.
On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 08:05:08PM +0100, Gilles Mocellin wrote:
> Le Wednesday 30 January 2008 19:05:04 Figols, Ruben, vous avez ?crit?:
> > Hi all,
> > I need to import many zone files in Win 2k3 to Bind.
> > "Bind" does not accept the format of these files, and I can not write by
> > hand. Do you know any tool or script to convert formats in zone files?
> Use the DNS zone transfert standard (AXFR).
> Declare your bind as a secondary for your zones (with a file declaration),
> allow it to be secondary in Win2k3 and wait.
> When the zones data are in sync, you can make your bind primary for theses
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