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CDNS does not use common ACL

Discussion in 'Plesk Expand 2.2 Troubleshooting Issues' started by joergy2, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. joergy2

    joergy2 Guest

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    Hi,
    my configuration:
    1 Plesk Server (Plesk 8.2.0)
    1 centralized Mail server (Plesk 8.2.0)
    1 centralized DNS (actual dnscontroller)
    1 slave DNS (actual dnscontroller)
    and a Plesk Expand Server administering the above.

    my Problem:
    the centralized DNS only sets the configured slave DNS for allow-transfer and completely ignores the ACL, I set up on the Plesk Server. But I do have other, non dnscontrolled secondary DNS, to be integrated. How?

    any hints apreciated, thanx
    Joerg Friedrich
     
  2. Sergey L

    Sergey L Golden Pleskian Staff Member

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    Unfortunately Plesk Expand does not apply ACL restrictions to Central DNS servers. We will add this feature in next version by your request.
     
  3. joergy2

    joergy2 Guest

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    Thanx 2 Admin!

    But how do others solve this Problem?

    If one has a slave DNS configured, this is the only DNS set for allow-transfer{} and it must be under control of Expand to be a slave.
    But a typical situation is, that you have delegating DNS and slaves which aren't under control of Expand and they are not allowed to do a zone transfer??????

    Regards
    Joerg
     
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