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Bind9 on Woody - "Bad dotted quad" - Debian

I've installed the bind9 package and tried to configure it to work with my little internal network. When I start it up I get an error message telling me "bad dotted quad" saying it's from the zone configuration file for my network which uses the 192.168.0 network numbers. When I replace this with a public number it passes that line and goes on to the next machine with a 192.168.1.0 number. It appears that bind is refusing to accept a non-routable number from the zone file. Am I reading this right? What is the workaround. I can't be the only ...

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    Default Bind9 on Woody - "Bad dotted quad"

    I've installed the bind9 package and tried to configure it to work with my
    little internal network. When I start it up I get an error message telling
    me "bad dotted quad" saying it's from the zone configuration file for my
    network which uses the 192.168.0 network numbers. When I replace this with
    a public number it passes that line and goes on to the next machine with a
    192.168.1.0 number. It appears that bind is refusing to accept a
    non-routable number from the zone file. Am I reading this right? What is
    the workaround. I can't be the only person using these number internally!

    Thanks,

    John Purser



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    Default Re: Bind9 on Woody - "Bad dotted quad"

    On Saturday 02 August 2003 23:39, John M. Purser wrote:
    > I've installed the bind9 package and tried to configure it to work
    > with my little internal network. When I start it up I get an error
    > message telling me "bad dotted quad" saying it's from the zone
    > configuration file for my network which uses the 192.168.0 network
    > numbers.[...]
    You have checked you have full-stops (periods) on the end when you
    should have and not when you shouldn't? Just a thought.

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