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Date:      Fri, 05 Jan 2001 15:08:24 +0100
From:      Len Conrad <LConrad@Go2France.com>
To:        freebsd-isp@freebsd.org
Subject:   RE: Strange DNS issue
Message-ID:  <5.0.2.1.0.20010105150336.042b3ba0@mail.Go2France.com>
In-Reply-To: <000401c0771e$99785be0$0b00a8c0@dle>
References:  <000001c076ce$67956b40$6401a8c0@me>

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>Glad you found such a wonderful tool, would you mind sharing a URL with the
>rest of us?

sorry, I didn't want to promote an excellent windows app in a Fbsd 
list, but you forced me :)))

www.MenAndMice.com they're from Iceland.

It's a very quick way to look at a zone (or 500 in batch mode) before 
you go dig'ing into it.

Here's yours:

                               DNS Expert
                    Detailed Report for day-light.com

05/01/01, 15:06, using the analysis setting "Thorough"
======================================================================

Information
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Serial number:           2000061701
Primary name server:     ns1.day-light.net.
Primary mail server:     mail.day-light.net.
Number of records:       8 (2 NS, 2 MX, 4 A, 0 CNAME, 0 PTR, 0 Other)

Warnings
----------------------------------------------------------------------
o The TTL field in the SOA record contains an unusually high value
     The value 604800 of the TTL field in the SOA record is unusually
     high.  The value for this field should be within the range 3600 -
     172800.

o The Minimum TTL field in the SOA record contains an unusually high
   value
     The value 604800 of the Minimum field in the SOA record is
     unusually high.  The value for this field should be within the
     range 3600 - 172800.

o There is only one MX record in the zone
     The zone contains only one MX record.  This will cause mail
     delivery problems if the primary mail server becomes unavailable.
     For safety purposes, there should be two or more mail servers for
     every zone, the extra mail servers being used as backup
     (secondary) servers for the primary server.


Errors
----------------------------------------------------------------------
o The reverse record "1.0.0.127.in-addr.arpa." does not refer to the
   host "localhost.day-light.com."
     The reverse record "1.0.0.127.in-addr.arpa." refers to
     "localhost.", but it should refer to "localhost.day-light.com.".


----------------------------------------------------------------------
end of report


Len



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