after a fresh install I am apparently unable to resolve hosts which belong to the same domain, trying to explain below: say my domain is bar.com, and I already have my own DNS server for that zone:
now, I installed UCS (is the only one, i.e. master DC) and gave those two above during installation time (as dns servers), so I ended up with:
# for i in 1 2 3; do ucr get nameserver$i; done ipadd.of.ucs.host # for i in 1 2 3; do ucr get dns/forwarder$i; done ipadd.of.dns1.bar.com ipadd.of.dns2.bar.com
then, resolving external stuff works, i.e.
# nslookup www.google.com Server: ipaddr.of.ucs.host Address: ipaddr.of.ucs.host#53 Non-authoritative answer: Name: www.google.com Address: 22.214.171.124
however trying the same for other hosts in my domain fails, i.e:
# nslookup foo.bar.com Server: ipaddr.of.ucs.host Address: ipaddr.of.ucs.host#53 ** server can't find foo.bar.com: NXDOMAIN
I probably missed something trivial in the setup, any suggestion/advice?
Many thanks in advance.
PS: I have read the How-To: Set Correct Nameserver and Forwarder Entries for UCS Servers
PS2: if I set nameserver (via ‘ucr set …’ ) to one of my already exisitng DNS servers all works.