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Old 09-24-2001
Question Creating Domains on Intel platform

I'm trying to ling three solaris 8 machines on to one domain. I have DNS up and running. Do not know how to get them all on the same domain. Any Suggestions are appreciated.
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Old 09-25-2001
You need to modify the name server for your domain and add three A records, one for each host. You should do this in both the forward (hostname maps to IP address) and reverse (IP address maps to hostname) zone files.
 

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