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UltraZero

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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #30 on: June 19, 2011, 01:46:27 PM »

Johnpoz - I fogot it.. That's the problem.

Looks familiar, but, looks are deceiving.

I agree.  the DNS part (other than understanding the entries) is not part of what we are here for.

I guess since I have been out of this industry, I tend to want to act like a sponge and try to learn all aspects of a task in order to get my skills back to current.  I'm sure many folks have done this over and over and I think that's cool. I wish i were in that position. 

So as far as what I gather..

In the zone file, combinations of IPv4 and IPv6 are o.k..
In a reverse zone, IPv4 and IPv6 are kept separate files.    Yes??
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #31 on: June 19, 2011, 08:35:59 PM »

Can this be done..
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.51.146.71/24
pcv12.net.     IN   A         75.71.100.100/24               ;numbers are just made up
pcv6.net.      IN   AAAA   2001:470:1F04:1AF2::2
pcv12.net.     IN   AAAA   2001:470:1f04:1AC2::64      ;numbers are just made up
No, but not for the reason you think.  You seem to be hung up on segments - a forward zone file can have any number of IPv4 and IPv6 address spaces.  But a zone file containing records for a different domain will do nothing; it will ignore those extraneous entries.

So you can have this:
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.51.146.71
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.71.100.100
pcv6.net.      IN   AAAA   2001:470:1f04:1AF2::2
pcv6.net.      IN   AAAA   2607:f388:2:6000:ee:d2:e6:c0     

But you can't have this:
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.51.146.71
pcv7.net.      IN   A         75.71.100.100
pcv8.net.      IN   AAAA   2001:470:1f04:1AF2::2
pcv12.net.      IN   AAAA   2607:f388:2:6000:ee:d2:e6:c0
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #32 on: June 20, 2011, 11:37:33 AM »

So.   You can have different IP/ipv6 addresses referenced by  the same zone, but,  you can not have
different zones referencing different IP addresses??

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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #33 on: June 20, 2011, 12:17:07 PM »

Not quite - the addresses have nothing to do with it.

If my zone is xyz.com, then the only records I can have in the zone file for xyz.com are xyz.com records.

abc.xyz.com - good
abc.notmydomain.com - not good

This is straight DNS.  Since you have that O'Reilly book, check Chapter 2.    ;)
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #34 on: June 20, 2011, 06:49:34 PM »

O.K.  Maybe I'm totally wording this all wrong...  I'm sorry.


I understand you, but, I guess I'm no relaying what I mean back.

sorry.  

Hmm.  

Lets try again.

So you can have this:
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.51.146.71
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.71.100.100
pcv6.net.      IN   AAAA   2001:470:1f04:1AF2::2
pcv6.net.      IN   AAAA   2607:f388:2:6000:ee:d2:e6:c0    

Above all are in the same domain so all is good.

But you can't have this:
pcv6.net.      IN   A         75.51.146.71
pcv7.net.      IN   A         75.71.100.100
pcv8.net.      IN   AAAA   2001:470:1f04:1AF2::2
pcv12.net.      IN   AAAA   2607:f388:2:6000:ee:d2:e6:c0

Above.  Multiple domains and this won't work.  Need 4 different zones correct ??  IP/IPv6 addresses have nothing to do with this per say..

« Last Edit: June 20, 2011, 06:55:48 PM by UltraZero »
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #35 on: June 20, 2011, 07:07:13 PM »

quick question.

on the dns website. there are three section. 

New domain  this is straigt forward.

slave           Error - At least one master must resolve to a valid IPv4 address.  any idea what
                  message means.


reverse  - havent gotten to this yet.

I would appreciate your comments.
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #36 on: June 20, 2011, 08:00:56 PM »

Seems pretty straight forward to me, atleast 1 nameserver for your domain need to be reachable via Ipv4.

What forward domain are you trying to use?  From a whois for this domain, what nameservers do they point too? ns1.yourdomain.tld for example.. Does this NS have a normal A record, ie can you reach it via ipv4, or do you only have AAAA for it, ie ipv6?

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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #37 on: June 22, 2011, 08:30:55 AM »

Hi. 

All straightened out.  Too many service providers were in the mix. I had to consolidate my
internet providers.

Thought about it,  Had too many systems in the mix.

Made some changes/eliminations (made things simple)

Called HE to confirm, had a short conversation.  Thanks HE.

All is well.

Almost like scuba diving in Hawaii and bing about 130 feet down.  Crystal Clear all around
but looking for the right direction can totally be a mystery..

 ;D ;D
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #38 on: June 23, 2011, 09:00:38 AM »

pcreager

scuba diving, i like it ! im advanced :D
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Re: Cert continuation
« Reply #39 on: June 23, 2011, 11:30:18 AM »

I was at black rock one time trying to take a picture of the long eel.  There were so many people
I couldn't get the shot.  So.  I the bright idea to invert myself over all the other people in order to get
the shot of this long massive eel.  When I took the picture, I was actually head to head in between to other people.  Wish someone had taken the picture of  us.  (lOL)

Never go to do any cave diving... I wish I could play in the worlds deepest swiming pool..

Yesss We are talking about Scuba Certifications.

Still Certs right?????

LOL>.
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