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DNS delegation in packet tracer

Feb 15, 2013 10:10 AM

shanki 1 posts since
Feb 15, 2013

Hello everybody

 

I've set up 2 subnets, 192.168.1.0 and 192.168.2.0. 192.168.1 has 2 DNS servers ficken.com and com and 192.168.2 has 1 DNS server saufen.com

 

ficken.com and saufen.com both have 2 A-records, one for themselves and one for the com DNS server. The com server has A records for itself and both ficken.com and saufen.com.

If i try to access saufen.com from a client in the 192.168.1 subnet it doesn't work. How do I have to configure the records, so the ficken.com server goes to the com server if it can't resolve the name. I tried changing the records to .com but that didn't work either. I suspect I have to change the A records to something else, but i don't know what to.

 

Can someone configure it correctly for me and give a few remarks on what you changed and why or at least give me a hint. I attached the pka file.

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