I am try to create a reverse-lookup file in BIND, but I need it to point to many networks not just one.
I have three networks that connected to the same bind server,
192.168.1. I would like that in one reverse-lookup file I could refer to all of the clients at the three networks.
Currently I have no idea on how to write that zone file, what I have is:
168.192.in-addr.arpa. SOA dns1.mynetwork.unix admin.mynetwork.unix 220.127.116.11 IN PTR dns1.mynetwork.unix 11.3 IN PTR client.mynetwork.unix
When I start the bind server, it gives me an error message on the log file at
/var/log/messeges/ that says:
loading from master file named.168.192 faild: not a valid number
I have omitted the other unrelated (IMO) stuff from the configuration file.
To sum it up, i would concise the question to be, is it possible to create a reverse dns file (in bind) that can point to a different networks ? if yes what do i need to change in the example above ?