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#!/bin/sh
# This is a shell archive (shar 3.32)
# made 11/02/1994 01:38 UTC by tim@mimas.ccs.deakin.edu.au
# Source directory /tmp_mnt/home/tim/tim/src/soa-easy
#
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# This shar contains:
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#   2583 -rw-rw---- README
#   5246 -rw-rw---- TIPS
#   3390 -rw-rw---- Makefile
#   4107 -rw-rw---- make-SOA
#   1045 -rw-rw---- make-depend
#    725 -rw-rw---- 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
#    536 -rw-rw---- 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
#    488 -rw-rw---- 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
#    410 -rw-rw---- 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
#    312 -rw-rw---- 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
#    360 -rw-rw---- 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
#    569 -rw-rw---- client.org.au.zone
#    625 -rw-rw---- example.org.au.zone
#    648 -rw-rw---- localhost.zone
#    542 -rw-rw---- net.example.org.au.zone
#    873 -rw-rw---- sub.example.org.au.zone
#    378 -rw-rw---- MX.generic
#    317 -rw-rw---- NS.generic
#    416 -rw-rw---- sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc
#
if touch 2>&1 | fgrep 'amc' > /dev/null
 then TOUCH=touch
 else TOUCH=true
fi
# ============= README ==============
echo "x - extracting README (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > README &&
XThis is my solution to a couple of problems we had with DNS at Deakin
XUniversity, namely:
X
X    - Remembering always to update the SOA serial number is just not
X      possible, especially if you want to allow half a dozen or more
X      people, of various experience, to edit your DNS.
X
X    - Changing NS records for 198 zones can take a bit of time,
X      expecially if you are using RCS. 
X
X    - Changing MX records for 400 zones is not any easier.
X
XBasically, all of the above were solved by using BIND's "$INCLUDE"
Xfeature.  For the latter two, it just meant deciding to use this
Xfeature for all NS and MX records.  For the first problem, it meant
Xalso "$INCLUDE"-ing a file containing the SOA record, and updating
Xthat file automatically when any files for that zone are updated
X(including other "$INCLUDE"-ed files).
X
XThe whole system is run (from the point of view of your DNS
Xadministrators) using two simple tools; "make" and RCS (but see below
Xif you hate RCS).  Your DNS administrator simply checks out the file
Xthey wish to change, makes the change, checks in the file and does a
X"make configure" (or "make install" if they just want to update the
Xproduction DNS files, but not reload named).  If any file containing
Xdata for a zone is updated, the .SOA file for that zone (and it's
Xserial number) is re-generated.  There is also a "make-depend" program
Xto keep dependencies in the Makefile up-to-date.
X
XThe re-generation of SOA serial numbers uses the RCS "Id" header.
XThis means you need to use RCS for the maintenance of _ALL_ your DNS
Xfiles.  However, if you really hate RCS, you could probably modify
X"make-SOA" so that it uses file modification times instead.
X
XThe two programs which update the .SOA files (make-SOA) and the
XMakefile (make-depend) require Perl version 4, and you will need to
Xcustomise make-SOA, the Makefile and, of course, your domain files.
X
XI can't think of any more details to mention here.  There are some
Xcomments in the files, and your DNS administrators should read the
XTIPS file (it is actually the README file in our DNS source area),
Xwhich covers a couple of important things other than SOA serial
Xnumbers that can get overlooked.
X
XEven if you aren't interested in the software here, peruse the data.
XI have configured an "example" DNS zone, which might contain just
Xenough hints to get you started in configuring your own zone(s).
X
XI recommend the other DNS tools that come with BIND.  There is nothing
Xbetter than using a computer to do your administrivia.
X
X--
XTim Cook
XSystems Engineer
XDeakin University
X<tim@deakin.edu.au>
X2 Nov 1994
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102122894 README &&
chmod 0660 README ||
echo "restore of README failed"
set `wc -c README`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "2583"; then
	echo original size 2583, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= TIPS ==============
echo "x - extracting TIPS (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > TIPS &&
XSteps to take when undertaking DNS modifications:
X
X   - No need to worry about SOA serial numbers -- these are updated
X     automatically (using RCS revision information) if any relative
X     data has been modified.
X
X   - Use RCS for all modifications.  The automatic SOA serial number
X     generation depends on _all_ DNS config files containing an RCS
X     "Id" string.
X
X   - Are you adding a zone? -- If so, your file should be called
X     <something>.zone, and it should $INCLUDE a file called
X     <something>.SOA, and probably at least NS.generic.  Then you need
X     to add some "nameserver delegations" (NS entries for
X     authoritative nameservers) to the parent zone (see 
X     example.org.au/top.zone for more information).  Use another .zone
X     file as an example.
X
X     You will need to add mention of your zone file to the Makefile.
X     Also, you will need to add it to named.boot.
X
X   - Do you want to add the "standard" set of MX records for a node?
X     -- Use an $INCLUDE like the following:
X
X	; ORIGIN is currently sub.example.org.au.
X	red		IN	A	191.254.1.10
X			IN	HINFO	Sun-SS2 SunOS
X	$INCLUDE MX.generic		red
X
X     The "red" on the end of the $INCLUDE statement sets the ORIGIN
X     to "red.sub.example.org.au." for the contents of the INCLUDE-ed
X     file.
X
X   - Have you added any new files? -- add them to the correct
X     variable(s) in the Makefile and run "make depend".
X
X   - Have you added/removed/changed any $INCLUDE directives in any of
X     the files?  -- Run "make depend".
X
X   - Do you want to install your changes? -- Run "make install".  This
X     will install any files that have been modified since the last
X     "make install".
X
X   - Do you want "named" to start using your changes? -- Run
X     "make configure".  The "configure" target does an implicit
X     "install", so if you want to install and configure, you only need
X     to use "make configure".
X
X     You should check the startup/reload messages from named to check
X     that your changes are OK.  Use the following command on your
X     primary server:
X
X	$ grep named /var/adm/messages | tail -50
X
X     If everything is OK, you should (eventually) see something like:
X
X	Jul 21 12:53:27 ns named[103]: reloading nameserver
X	Jul 21 12:53:43 ns named[103]: Ready to answer queries.
X
X   - Do you want to clean up any temporary files? -- Run "make clean".
X
X
XRules for DNS data:
X
X   - If a particular zone ("red.sub.example.org.au", "sub.example.org.au"
X     and "example.org.au" are all zones) is to have a CNAME entry, it
X     can not have any other entries (as this would not make sense).
X     If you want "sub.example.org.au" to be an alias for
X     "white.sub.example.org.au" use the following:
X
X	; ORIGIN is currently "sub.example.org.au."
X	@		IN	A	(the IP-address for white)
X			IN	HINFO	CNAME white.sub.example.org.au.
X
X   - All A records should have corresponding PTR records in an
X     IN-ADDR.ARPA zone.  In other words, software using DNS should be
X     able to find retrieve any hostname, given a valid IP address.
X
X   - All PTR records should refer to an A record that exists.  In
X     other words, if you are given a valid IP address, you should be
X     able to fetch a hostname via a PTR lookup, then re-fetch any IP
X     addresses via an A lookup.
X
X     PTR records that refer to CNAME's are bogus.
X
X   - All CNAME records _should_ refer to a zone that has an A record.
X     I don't know whether it is useful to have an alias for a zone
X     that does not have any A records, but they should at least refer
X     to a valid zone.
X
X   - If a host has more than one IP address (perhaps it is a
X     gateway), all PTR records for those addresses should refer to the
X     same hostname, which is the offical name for that host.  If a
X     specific interface on a host needs to be referred to, a seperate A
X     record can be used to do this, but the corresponding PTR record
X     should still refer to the official hostname.
X
X     You may find instances where software does not like this
X     configuration (NIS on Sun's, which can only return one address
X     for a hostname can cause problems - use DNS if you have Solaris
X     2), but it is recognised on the Internet as the proper thing to
X     do.
X
X     An example, for illustration:
X
X     ; ORIGIN is currently sub.example.org.au
X     yellow			IN	A	191.254.16.1
X				IN	A	191.254.17.1
X     yellow-i1			IN	A	191.254.16.1
X     yellow-i2			IN	A	191.254.17.1
X     ;
X     1.16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.	IN	PTR	yellow
X     1.17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.	IN	PTR	yellow
X
X   - "named" is picky about HINFO records.  They must contain two
X     values (which are usually interpreted as make/model followed by
X     operating-system), separated by whitespace.  If you want to put
X     whitespace in one of the values, quote it.  If you have a HINFO
X     record that does not match this format, named will get messed up.
X     Here are some examples:
X
X	; These are OK
X	foo		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS2 SunOS
X	bar		IN	HINFO	Spagthorpe "GSZXBRRF2 750RR"
X	snafu		IN	HINFO	Sun-3/60 Sun-Xkernel
X	; These are NOT
X	ding		IN	HINFO	Microwave
X	hiss		IN	HINFO	Stainless-Steel Hot Water Urn
X	ahhhhh		IN	HINFO	Coin-operated Coke Vending-Machine
X
X--
XTim Cook
XSystems Engineer
XComputing & Communications Services
XDeakin University
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1101173494 TIPS &&
chmod 0660 TIPS ||
echo "restore of TIPS failed"
set `wc -c TIPS`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "5246"; then
	echo original size 5246, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= Makefile ==============
echo "x - extracting Makefile (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > Makefile &&
X# Makefile -	For updating/installing DNS data files
X#
X# $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X# $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X#
X# DESCRIPTION
X#	If you add a new file, you must add it to the appropriate
X#	macro below.  If the file is a ".zone" file, you should
X#	also add a ".SOA" file to one of the SOA macros below, and do
X#	a "make depend".  This will ensure the ".SOA" file is
X#	generated and updated properly.
X#
X#	If you add or remove an $INCLUDE directive in any file,
X#	do a "make depend".
X#
X# NOTE
X#	Part of the contents of this file are modified by the "depend"
X#	target.
X
X
XDIR =		/local/domain
XUSER =		root
XGROUP =		root
XMODE =		440
X
X#
X# Name of an authoritative root nameserver
X#
XAUTH_ROOT_NS =	NIC.NORDU.NET
X
X#
X# These may need customisation
X#
XINSTALL =	op install -o $(USER) -g $(GROUP) -m $(MODE)
XCONFIGURE =	op named.reload
X
X
XMISC =	named.boot root.cache localhost.zone \
X	0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
X
X#
X# These macros will have to be customised
X#
XFORWARD = \
X	example.org.au.zone \
X	sub.example.org.au.zone net.example.org.au.zone \
X	client.org.au.zone
X
XFORWARD_SOA = \
X	example.org.au.SOA \
X	sub.example.org.au.SOA net.example.org.au.SOA \
X	client.org.au.SOA
X
XREVERSE = \
X	254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone \
X	1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone \
X	16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone \
X	253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone
X
XREVERSE_SOA = \
X	254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA \
X	1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA \
X	16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA \
X	253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA
X
XINCLUDE = \
X	NS.generic MX.generic \
X	sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc
X
XZONES =	$(FORWARD) $(REVERSE)
X
XSOAS =	$(FORWARD_SOA) $(REVERSE_SOA)
X
X#
X# These files are considered removable
X#
XCLEAN = $(ZONES) $(SOAS) $(MISC)
X
X#
X# This order is important (in case named is restarted during install)
X#
XDEPENDANT =	$(INCLUDES) $(ZONES)
XFILES =		$(MISC) $(DEPENDANT) $(SOAS)
X
X
X#
X# Custom make rules
X#
X.SUFFIXES: .zone .SOA $(SUFFIXES)
X
X.zone.SOA:
X	./make-SOA -o $@ $<
X
X.DEFAULT:
X	co $@
X
X
X
Xall : $(FILES)
X
X#
X# To get an up-to-date root.cache, we ask an authoritative root
X# nameserver.
X#
Xroot.cache :
X	dig @$(AUTH_ROOT_NS) . NS > dig.out && mv -f dig.out $@
X
Xinstall : install.timestamp
X
X#
X# By using $?, only those files changed since last install are
X# installed.  This can save a lot of time.
X#
Xinstall.timestamp : $(FILES)
X	@for f in $? ;\
X	do \
X		echo "$(INSTALL) $$f $(DIR)/$$f" ;\
X		$(INSTALL) $$f $(DIR)/$$f ;\
X	done
X	@touch $@
X	@chmod 660 2>/dev/null || true $@
X
X#
X# Target that makes changes take effect
X#
Xconfigure : install
X	$(CONFIGURE)
X
X#
X# clean is tidy; clobbered is very tidy, but will cause work to regenerate
X#
Xclean :
X	rm -f *~ core
X	
Xclobber : clean
X	rm -f $(CLEAN) install.timestamp
X
Xdepend : $(DEPENDANT)
X	sed '/^# --MAKEDEPEND--.*DO NOT DELETE/q' < Makefile > Makefile.new
X	./make-depend $(SOAS) >> Makefile.new
X	mv -f Makefile Makefile.old
X	mv -f Makefile.new Makefile
X
X#
X# --MAKEDEPEND--	DO NOT DELETE THIS LINE, or modify anything below it
Xexample.org.au.SOA :	NS.generic MX.generic
Xsub.example.org.au.SOA :	NS.generic MX.generic sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc
Xnet.example.org.au.SOA :	NS.generic MX.generic
Xclient.org.au.SOA :	NS.generic MX.generic
X254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA :	NS.generic
X1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA :	NS.generic
X16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA :	NS.generic
X16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA :	NS.generic
X253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.SOA :	NS.generic
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102123594 Makefile &&
chmod 0660 Makefile ||
echo "restore of Makefile failed"
set `wc -c Makefile`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "3390"; then
	echo original size 3390, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= make-SOA ==============
echo "x - extracting make-SOA (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > make-SOA &&
X#!/usr/local/bin/perl
X# make-SOA -	Generate a DNS SOA record for a domain
X#
X# $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X# $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X#
X# SYNOPSIS
X#	make-SOA -o SOA-file domain-file
X
X
X#
X# Values for the SOA record.  See RFC1035 for info.
X#
X
X#
X# The <domain-name> of the name server that was the original or
X# primary source of data for this zone.
X$SOA_MNAME =	'ns.example.org.au.';
X
X#
X# A <domain-name> which specifies the mailbox of the person
X# responsible for this zone
X$SOA_RNAME =	'hostmaster.example.org.au.';
X
X#
X# A 32 bit time interval (in seconds) before the zone should be
X# refreshed
X$SOA_REFRESH =	10800;		# 3 hours
X
X#
X# A 32 bit time interval that should elapse before a failed refresh
X# should be retried
X$SOA_RETRY =	3600;		# 1 hour
X
X#
X# A 32 bit time value that specifies the upper limit on the time
X# interval that can elapse before the zone is no longer authoritative.
X$SOA_EXPIRE =	2592000;	# 30 days
X
X#
X# The unsigned 32 bit minimum time-to-live field that should be
X# exported with any resource record from this zone.
X$SOA_MINIMUM =	86400;		# 24 hours
X
X
X$prog = 'make-SOA';
X
X$usage = 'usage: ' . $prog . ' -o SOA-file domain-file';
X
Xif (($#ARGV != 2) || ($ARGV[0] ne '-o')) {
X    die $usage . "\n";
X}
X
X$soa_file = $ARGV[1];
X$domain_file = $ARGV[2];
X
X
X#
X# Read current serial number from SOA-file, if any
X#
Xif (-f $soa_file) {
X    open (SOA, $soa_file) || die "$prog: can't open $soa_file: $!\n";
X    while (<SOA>) {
X	if (/; -SERIAL- \(make-SOA\)/) {
X	    s/^\s*//;
X	    ($old_serial, $dummy) = split;
X	    last;
X	}
X    }
X    close (SOA);
X    if (! length ($old_serial)) {
X	warn "$prog: warning: can't find SERIAL in SOA-file\n";
X    }
X} else {
X    warn "$prog: warning: no existing SOA-file\n";
X}
X
X#
X# Starting with the domain file, read it, obtain any RCS Id keywords,
X# and repeat for any $INCLUDE files
X#
X
X&get_rcs ($domain_file);
X
X#
X# Calculate serial number
X#
X
X#print (join ("\n", "RCS ID data:", @rcs_ids, ""));
X
X#
X# Discard all but the date
Xforeach (@rcs_ids) {
X    s/^\s*//;
X    @fields = split;
X    $_ = $fields[2];
X}
X
X@rcs_ids = sort (@rcs_ids);
X$most_recent = pop (@rcs_ids);
X$most_recent =~ s/\///g;		# Remove slashes
X
X#
X# Sanity check
X#
Xif (! ($most_recent =~ /^[0-9]+$/)
X    || ($most_recent > 99999999))
X{
X    die "$prog: generated SERIAL is too big\n";
X}
X
X$serial = $most_recent * 100;
X
Xwhile (1) {
X    last if ($serial > $old_serial);
X    $serial++;
X    if ($serial >> 9999999999) {
X	die "$prog: generated SERIAL is too big\n";
X    }
X}
X
X#
X# Backup existing SOA-file, if any
X#
X$backup_file = $soa_file . '.backup';
X
Xunlink ($backup_file);
Xrename ($soa_file, $backup_file);
X
X
X#
X# Write new SOA-file
X#
Xopen (SOA, '>' . $soa_file) || die "$prog: can't open $soa_file: $!\n";
Xprint (SOA
X"; $soa_file -	SOA record for inclusion in $domain_file
X;
X; NOTE:  This file is generated by $prog -- DO NOT EDIT
X;
X@  IN  SOA  $SOA_MNAME $SOA_RNAME (
X            $serial	; -SERIAL- (make-SOA)
X            $SOA_REFRESH	; REFRESH
X            $SOA_RETRY	; RETRY
X            $SOA_EXPIRE	; EXPIRE
X            $SOA_MINIMUM	; MINIMUM
X            )
X") || die "$prog: can't write to $soa_file: $!\n";
Xclose (SOA) || die "$prog: can't close $soa_file: $!\n";
X
X#
X# Remove backup SOA-file
X#
Xunlink ($backup_file);
X
X#
X# EXIT
X#
Xexit (0);
X
X
X###############################################################
X# get_rcs -	Obtain RCS Id keywords, handling $INCLUDE files
X#
X# GLOBALS
X#	@rcs_ids
X#
Xsub get_rcs {
X    local ($file_name) = shift (@_);
X
X    local ($_);
X    local (@includes);
X    local (@parts);
X
X    open (FILE, $file_name) || die "$prog: can't open $file_name: $!\n";
X
X    while (<FILE>) {
X	#
X	# The [I] is to prevent RCS thinking it is an RCS keyword
X	#
X	if (/\$[I]d:\s.*$/) {
X	    $_ = substr ($_, index ($_, '$Id:') + 4);
X	    s/\$.*\n*$//;
X	    push (@rcs_ids, $_);
X	}
X	s/;.*$//;
X	if (/\$INCLUDE\s/) {
X	    @parts = split; $_ = $parts[1];
X	    if (length ($_) && (! /\.SOA$/)) {
X		push (@includes, $parts[1]); }
X	}
X    }
X    close (FILE);
X
X    #
X    # Recurse on $INCLUDE-ed files
X    #
X    foreach (@includes) {
X	&get_rcs ($_);
X    }
X}
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102121894 make-SOA &&
chmod 0660 make-SOA ||
echo "restore of make-SOA failed"
set `wc -c make-SOA`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "4107"; then
	echo original size 4107, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= make-depend ==============
echo "x - extracting make-depend (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > make-depend &&
X#!/usr/local/bin/perl
X# make-depend -	Output SOA-file dependencies, in make(1) format
X#
X# $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X# $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X#
X# SYNOPSIS
X#	make-depend SOA-file ...
X
X
X$prog = 'make-depend';
X
Xforeach $file (@ARGV) {
X    $zone_file = $file;
X    $zone_file =~ s/\.SOA$/.zone/;
X    @dependencies = &find_includes ($zone_file);
X    @dependencies = grep (! /\.SOA$/, @dependencies);
X    print ($file, " :	", join (' ', @dependencies), "\n");
X}
X
X
X#######################################################################
X# find_includes -	Look for $INCLUDE-ed files
X#
Xsub find_includes {
X    local ($file) = shift (@_);
X
X    local (@parts);
X    local (@includes);
X
X    if (! open (FILE, $file)) {
X	warn "$prog: warning: can't open $file: $!\n";
X	return ();
X    }
X
X    while (<FILE>) {
X	s/;.*$//;
X	if (/\$INCLUDE\s/) {
X	    @parts = split;
X	    if (! grep ($_ eq $parts[1], @includes)) {
X		push (@includes, $parts[1]); }
X	}
X    }
X    close (FILE);
X
X    return (@includes);
X}
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1101172094 make-depend &&
chmod 0660 make-depend ||
echo "restore of make-depend failed"
set `wc -c make-depend`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "1045"; then
	echo original size 1045, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
X; 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone -	DNS zone for resolving 127.0.0.1 address
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X;
X; There should never be a need to change this file.  It just contains
X; enough information for any system running named to masquerade as an
X; authoritative nameserver for 1.0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X;
X
X$ORIGIN		0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X
X@		IN	SOA	ns.example.org.au. hostmaster.example.org.au. (
X		1993090300	; serial
X		10800		; refresh
X		3600		; retry
X		2592000		; expire
X		86400		; minimum
X		)
X
X@		IN	NS	ns.example.org.au.
X
X
X;
X; The PTR record to resolve 127.0.0.1 to "localhost"
X;
X
X1		IN	PTR	localhost.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
chmod 0660 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ||
echo "restore of 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone failed"
set `wc -c 0.0.127.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "725"; then
	echo original size 725, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
X; 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone -	DNS data for 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE 1.254.191.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X;
X; Addresses
X;
X
X1		IN	PTR	ns.example.org.au.
X2		IN	PTR	mailhub.example.org.au.
X
X3		IN	PTR	red.sub.example.org.au.
X4		IN	PTR	white.sub.example.org.au.
X5		IN	PTR	blue.sub.example.org.au.
X
X50		IN	PTR	black.net.example.org.au.
X
X254		IN	PTR	cerise.net.example.org.au.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
chmod 0660 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ||
echo "restore of 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone failed"
set `wc -c 1.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "536"; then
	echo original size 536, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
X; 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone -	DNS data for 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE 16.254.191.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X;
X; Addresses
X;
X
X1		IN	PTR	yellow.sub.example.org.au.
X
X100		IN	PTR	groucho.sub.example.org.au.
X101		IN	PTR	harpo.sub.example.org.au.
X102		IN	PTR	chico.sub.example.org.au.
X
X254		IN	PTR	cerise.net.example.org.au.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
chmod 0660 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ||
echo "restore of 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone failed"
set `wc -c 16.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "488"; then
	echo original size 488, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
X; 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone -	DNS data for 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE 17.254.191.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X;
X; Addresses
X;
X
X1		IN	PTR	yellow.sub.example.org.au.
X
X100		IN	PTR	zeppo.sub.example.org.au.
X
X254		IN	PTR	cerise.net.example.org.au.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
chmod 0660 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ||
echo "restore of 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone failed"
set `wc -c 17.254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "410"; then
	echo original size 410, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
X; 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone -	DNS data for 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE 253.191.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X;
X; Addresses
X;
X
X1		IN	PTR	mailhub.client.org.au.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
chmod 0660 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ||
echo "restore of 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone failed"
set `wc -c 253.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "312"; then
	echo original size 312, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
X; 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone -	DNS data for 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE 254.191.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X;
X; Sub-zone delegations
X;
X$INCLUDE NS.generic		1
X$INCLUDE NS.generic		16
X$INCLUDE NS.generic		17
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone &&
chmod 0660 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone ||
echo "restore of 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone failed"
set `wc -c 254.191.IN-ADDR.ARPA.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "360"; then
	echo original size 360, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= client.org.au.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting client.org.au.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > client.org.au.zone &&
X; client.org.au.zone -	DNS data for client.org.au
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X; example.org.au provides DNS services to client.org.au
X;
X
X$INCLUDE client.org.au.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X;
X; MX - most preferred MX is their server, but add our MX entries as
X; well, as we are their gateway.
X;
X@		IN	MX 5	mailhub.client.org.au.
X$INCLUDE MX.generic
X
Xmailhub		IN	A	191.253.1.1
X		IN	A	Sun-3/60	SunOS-4
X		IN	MX 5	mailhub.client.org.au.
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		mailhub
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 client.org.au.zone &&
chmod 0660 client.org.au.zone ||
echo "restore of client.org.au.zone failed"
set `wc -c client.org.au.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "569"; then
	echo original size 569, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= example.org.au.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting example.org.au.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > example.org.au.zone &&
X; example.org.au.zone -	DNS data for example.org.au
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE example.org.au.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X$INCLUDE MX.generic
X
X;
X; Sub-zone delegation(s)
X;
X$INCLUDE NS.generic		sub
X
X
X;
X; Hosts
X;
Xns		IN	A	191.254.1.1
X		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS10	SunOS-5
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		ns
X
Xmailhub		IN	A	191.254.1.2
X		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS2		SunOS-5
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		mailhub
X
X;
X; Aliases
X;
Xred		IN	CNAME	red.sub.example.org.au.
Xwhite		IN	CNAME	white.sub.example.org.au.
Xblue		IN	CNAME	blue.sub.example.org.au.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102122994 example.org.au.zone &&
chmod 0660 example.org.au.zone ||
echo "restore of example.org.au.zone failed"
set `wc -c example.org.au.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "625"; then
	echo original size 625, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= localhost.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting localhost.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > localhost.zone &&
X; localhost.zone -	DNS data for resolving "localhost" to 127.0.0.1
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X;
X; There should never be a need to change this file.  It just contains
X; enough information for any system running named to masquerade as an
X; authoritative nameserver for "localhost.".
X;
X
Xlocalhost.	IN	SOA	ns.example.org.au. hostmaster.example.org.au. (
X		1993090300	; serial
X		10800		; refresh
X		3600		; retry
X		2592000		; expire
X		86400		; minimum
X		)
X 
X@		IN	NS	ns.example.org.au.
X
X;
X; The A record to resolve "localhost" to 127.0.0.1
X;
X
X@		IN	A	127.0.0.1
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102123894 localhost.zone &&
chmod 0660 localhost.zone ||
echo "restore of localhost.zone failed"
set `wc -c localhost.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "648"; then
	echo original size 648, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= net.example.org.au.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting net.example.org.au.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > net.example.org.au.zone &&
X; net.example.org.au.zone -	DNS data for net.example.org.au
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE net.example.org.au.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X$INCLUDE MX.generic
X
X
X;
X; Hosts
X;
Xcerise		IN	A	191.254.1.254
X		IN	A	191.254.16.254
X		IN	A	191.254.17.254
X		IN	HINFO	Router		Router
X
Xgw-1		IN	A	191.254.1.254
Xgw-16		IN	A	191.254.16.254
Xgw-17		IN	A	191.254.17.254
X
Xblack		IN	A	191.254.1.50
X		IN	HINFO	Postscript-Printer	etherprint
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 net.example.org.au.zone &&
chmod 0660 net.example.org.au.zone ||
echo "restore of net.example.org.au.zone failed"
set `wc -c net.example.org.au.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "542"; then
	echo original size 542, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= sub.example.org.au.zone ==============
echo "x - extracting sub.example.org.au.zone (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > sub.example.org.au.zone &&
X; sub.example.org.au.zone -	DNS data for sub.example.org.au
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X$INCLUDE sub.example.org.au.SOA
X
X$INCLUDE NS.generic
X
X$INCLUDE MX.generic
X
X
X;
X; Hosts
X;
Xred		IN	A	191.254.1.3
X		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS5		SunOS-5
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		red
X
Xwhite		IN	A	191.254.1.4
X		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS5		SunOS-5
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		white
X
Xblue		IN	A	191.254.1.5
X		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS5		SunOS-5
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		blue
X
Xyellow		IN	A	191.254.16.1
X		IN	A	191.254.17.1
X		IN	HINFO	Sun-SS5		SunOS-5
X$INCLUDE MX.generic		yellow
Xyellow-i1	IN	A	191.254.16.1
Xyellow-i2	IN	A	191.254.17.1
X
X
X;
X; Aliases
X;
Xns		IN	CNAME	ns.example.org.au.
Xmailhub		IN	CNAME	mailhub.example.org.au.
Xloghost		IN	CNAME	white.sub.example.org.au.
X
X
X;
X; PC's
X;
X$INCLUDE sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102120794 sub.example.org.au.zone &&
chmod 0660 sub.example.org.au.zone ||
echo "restore of sub.example.org.au.zone failed"
set `wc -c sub.example.org.au.zone`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "873"; then
	echo original size 873, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= MX.generic ==============
echo "x - extracting MX.generic (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > MX.generic &&
X; MX.generic -	A list of MX entries for $INCLUDE-ing anywhere
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X@	IN	MX	10	mailhub.example.org.au.
X@	IN	MX	100	white.sub.example.org.au.
X;
X; Only an example.  I have no idea what UUNET think of this.
X;
X;@	IN	MX	200	relay1.uu.net
X;@	IN	MX	200	relay2.uu.net
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102123394 MX.generic &&
chmod 0660 MX.generic ||
echo "restore of MX.generic failed"
set `wc -c MX.generic`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "378"; then
	echo original size 378, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= NS.generic ==============
echo "x - extracting NS.generic (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > NS.generic &&
X; NS.generic -	Generic NS records, to be $INCLUDE-ed in all zones
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
X;
X; Primary
X;
X@	IN	NS	ns.example.org.au.
X
X;
X; Secondaries
X;
X@	IN	NS	white.sub.example.org.au.
X@	IN	NS	blue.sub.example.org.au.
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102123394 NS.generic &&
chmod 0660 NS.generic ||
echo "restore of NS.generic failed"
set `wc -c NS.generic`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "317"; then
	echo original size 317, current size $Wc_c
fi
# ============= sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc ==============
echo "x - extracting sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc (Text)"
sed 's/^X//' << 'SHAR_EOF' > sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc &&
X; sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc -	PC's in sub.example.org.au.
X;
X; $Id: soa-easy.shar,v 1.1.1.2 2001/01/31 03:59:05 zarzycki Exp $
X; $Source: /cvs/Darwin/Services/bind/bind/contrib/misc/soa-easy.shar,v $
X;
X
Xgroucho		IN	A	191.254.16.100
X		IN	HINFO	IBM-PC	DOS
X
Xharpo		IN	A	191.254.16.101
X		IN	HINFO	IBM-PC	DOS
X
Xchico		IN	A	191.254.16.102
X		IN	HINFO	IBM-PC	DOS
X
Xzeppo		IN	A	191.254.17.100
X		IN	HINFO	IBM-PC	DOS
SHAR_EOF
$TOUCH -am 1102123394 sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc &&
chmod 0660 sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc ||
echo "restore of sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc failed"
set `wc -c sub-pcs.example.org.au.inc`;Wc_c=$1
if test "$Wc_c" != "416"; then
	echo original size 416, current size $Wc_c
fi
exit 0