For some reason, DNS stopped working in my home network. I'm not sure when this started, I don't test it every day. Basically, I'm using bind in my home network for local DNS resolving. When I ping a host from my DNS server (Hermes) it works fine and shows the proper IP. But if I ping from any other PC, it does not work. I don't understand why this isn't working. I don't remember changing anything, other than setting up a few DHCP reservations, which I wouldn't think would effect DNS.
When I ping a host from any other PC, I get:
That looks like it's the ISP domain that is responding and not my local PC.
64 bytes from hit-nxdomain.opendns.com (188.8.131.52): icmp_req=2 ttl=56 time=29.4 ms
Here is my /etc/bind/net.localnet:
; dns zone for for localnet
; any time you make a change to the domain, bump the
; "serial" setting below. the format is easy:
; YYYYMMDDI, with the I being an iterator in case you
; make more than one change during any one day
@ IN SOA localnet. hostmaster.localnet. (
201210081 ; serial
8H ; refresh
4H ; retry
4W ; expire
1D ) ; minimum
IN A 172.16.254.5
@ IN NS hermes.localnet.
athena IN A 172.16.254.13
ceres IN A 172.16.254.11
eris IN A 172.16.254.14
hermes IN A 172.16.254.5
nyx IN A 172.16.254.28
pluto IN A 172.16.254.10
trinity IN A 172.16.254.12
zeus IN A 172.16.254.4
; bla IN CNAME hermes ; Example of a CNAME record, if nec$
; www IN A 172.16.254.5 ; Example of a www record
And my /etc/bind/revp.172.16.254:
I appreciate any help, I'mm still a beginner with bind so please go easy on me.
; reverse pointers for 172.16.254.0 subnet
@ IN SOA hermes.localnet. hostmaster.localnet. (
201210081 ; serial
28800 ; refresh (8 hours)
14400 ; retry (4 hours)
2419200 ; expire (4 weeks)
86400 ; minimum (1 day)
@ NS hermes.localnet.
4 PTR zeus.localnet.
5 PTR hermes.localnet.
10 PTR pluto.localnet.
11 PTR ceres.localnet.
12 PTR trinity.localnet.
13 PTR athena.localnet.
14 PTR eris.localnet.
28 PTR nyx.localnet.