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The first two lines are comments about the server for which this zone file is used. Notice that the first two lines begin with a semicolon. The class for each of the resource records in this file is IN, indicating these are Internet records. The SOA record begins with an @ symbol that stands for the zone's domain. In this example, it is mytrek.com. Any host or domain name used throughout this file that is not terminated with a period has this domain appended to it. For example, in the following resource record, turtle has no period, so it automatically expands to turtle.mytrek.com. The same happens for rabbit and lizard. These are read as rabbit.mytrek.com and lizard.mytrek.com. Also, in the SOA, notice that the e-mail address for host master uses a period instead of an @ symbol; @ is a special symbol in zone files and cannot be used for any other purpose. The next resource record specifies the name server for this zone. Here, it is mytrek.com. Notice the name for this resource record is blank. If the name is blank, a resource record inherits the name from the previous record. In this case, the NS record inherits the value of @ in the SOA record, its previous record. This is the zone's domain and the NS record specifies turtle.mytrek.com is the name server for this zone.
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Here, the domain name is inherited. The entry can be read as the following. Notice the trailing period at the end of the domain name.
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The following address records set up an address for the domain itself. This is often the same as the name server, in this case 192.168.1.1 (the IP address of turtle.mytrek.com). This enables users to reference the domain itself, rather than a particular host in it. A mail exchanger record follows that routes mail for the domain to the name server. Users can send mail to the mytrek.com domain, and it will be routed to turtle.mytrek.com.
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IN A 192.168.1.1
Here the domain name is inherited. The entry can be read as the following.
mytrek.com. IN A 192.168.1.1
The next records are mail exchanger records (MX) listing turtle.mytrek.com and fast.mytrek.com as holding the mail servers for this zone. You can have more than one mail exchanger record for host. More than one host may exist through which mail can be routed. These can be listed in mail exchanger records for which you can set priority rankings (smaller number ranks higher). In this example, if turtle.mytrek.com cannot be reached, its mail is routed through rabbit.mytrek.com, which has been set up also to handle mail for the mytrek.com domain.
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Again the domain name is inherited. The entries can be read as the following.
mytrek.com. mytrek.com. IN IN MX MX 100 150 turtle.mytrek.com. rabbit.mytrek.com.
The following resource record is an address record (A) that associates an IP address with the fully qualified domain name turtle.mytrek.com. The resource record name only holds turtle with no trailing period, so it is automatically expanded to turtle.mytrek.com. This record provides the IP address to which turtle.mytrek.com can be mapped.
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Several resource records immediately follow that have blank names. These inherit their names from the preceding full record-in this case, turtle.mytrek.com. In effect, these records also apply to that host. Using blank names is an easy way to list additional resource records for the same host (notice that an apparent indent occurs). The first record is an information record, providing the hardware and operating system for the machine.
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If you are using the same machine to run several different servers, such as Web, FTP, and Gopher servers, you may want to assign aliases to these servers to make accessing them easier for users. Instead of using the actual domain name, such as turtle.mytrek.com, to access the Web server running on it, users may find using the following is easier: for the Web server, www.mytrek.com; for the Gopher server, gopher.mytrek.com; and for the FTP server, ftp.mytrek.com. In the DNS, you can implement such a feature using alias records. In the example zone file, two CNAME alias records exist for the turtle.mytrek.com machine: FTP and Gopher. The next record implements an alias for www using another address record for the same machine. None of the name entries end in a period, so they are appended automatically with the domain name mytrek.com. www.mytrek.com, ftp.mytrek.com, and gopher.mytrek.com are all aliases for turtle.mytrek.com. Users entering those URLs automatically access the respective servers on the turtle.mytrek.com machine. Address and main exchanger records are then listed for the two other machines in this zone: rabbit.mytrek.com and lizard.mytrek.com. You could add HINFO, TXT, MINFO, or alias records for these entries. The file ends with an entry for localhost, the special loopback interface that allows your system to address itself.
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