dns resolution being denied to some servers
I've a wierd problem that I can't figure out.
Our internal DNS server seems to be denying resolution to a few routers on our network and I can't figure out why.
resolv.conf is configured the same on all our routes, and all routers are in the master dns file.
We are onlly having problems with 8 of our routers (out of the 50 or so we are running)
Is there anything that springs to mind that would be causeing the problem?
Here's a snipet from the LOG file of the dns server:
Jul 12 11:53:51 nms named: client 126.96.36.199#37947: query (cache) 'router47/A/IN' denied
Jul 12 11:53:52 nms named: client 188.8.131.52#27328: query 'router47.ops.net/A/IN' denied
Jul 12 11:53:52 nms named: client 184.108.40.206#31182: query (cache) 'router47/A/IN' denied
Jul 12 11:54:11 nms named: client 220.127.116.11#37059: query (cache) 18.104.22.168.in-addr.arpa/PTR/IN' denied
Totally at a loss here.
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