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Date:      Tue, 5 Nov 1996 09:13:16 +-800
From:      Greg Laslett <G_Laslett@motherwell.com.au>
To:        "'questions@freebsd.org'" <questions@freebsd.org>, "'support@iinet.net.au'" <support@iinet.net.au>
Subject:   nslookup / DNS problem
Message-ID:  <01BBCAF9.950AC8C0@pth048.motherwell.com.au>

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I am in the closing stages of setting up my internet gateway for DNS.

The address of the primary name server is 203.28.84.11

When I run nslookup to check things out, it's ok if I specify a
server address of 0, but fails if I give the 'real' address of
203.28.84.11

bash$ nslookup - 0
Default Server:  kimba.abseil.com.au
Address:  0.0.0.0

>

bash$ nslookup - 203.28.84.11
*** Can't find server name for address 203.28.84.11: Non-existent host/domain
*** Default servers are not available
bash$

Can anybody suggest a likely cause for the above ?

Regards,
Greg Laslett.      G_Laslett@motherwell.com.au





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