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    Nslookup Error

    Hey all,

    Im not the most Linux literate person and already searched some on google of rht answer.

    Practicing zone tranfers in my lab environment, when I get to the last command im getting an error and cant figure out why.


    nslookup
    >set type=all
    >172.168.1.200
    >ls -d mydomain.local. > transfer

    after the last command ... the ls command... i get the following error.

    "The 'ls' command is not implemented."


    Any takers??

    Thanks for any help :-)
    \"Common Sense, isn\'t that common\"
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    Hey Hey,

    I'll give you the simple answer since I'm on my way out the door....

    Zone Transfers are restricted on the DNS server you are using.... that's why ls is not implemented.... ls is only implemented on DNS Servers that have unrestricted Zone Transfers.

    Check out http://csrc.nist.gov/fasp/FASPDocs/NISTSecuringDNS.htm for information on securing DNS Servers and restricting Zone Transfers.

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    I figured is was something like that. Since it is in my test lab environment I will not restrict the transfers, just to see the output and make sure im doing it right.

    Thanks for the help!!
    \"Common Sense, isn\'t that common\"
    \"It is a lot easier to raise a child then it is to repair an adult\"
    -Kruptos

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