I'm setting up a hosting situation in which the new parent company, shown here as hostserv.com, is hosting another website: foo.org. Before you ask, they are real names and IPs; the names/IPs have been changed here to protect the innocent (until things go live). Anyhoo, so I've got BIND set up and everything seems to resolve just great with one exception. Users can surf to http://www.foo.com and see it, but http://foo.com does not resolve. Is there another entry in the forward file to denote the non-www address? I can't seem to find much of anything online about this issue. 68.y.y.y is the hosting network, 68.x.x.x is the nameserver (just one; temporarily). Code: ; forward zone records for foo.com ; created 1-27-04 ; ; modified 1-30-04 $TTL 86400 @ IN SOA cecil.hostserv.com. admin.hostserv.com. ( 15 ; serial 8H ; refresh, seconds 2H ; retry, seconds 1W ; expire, seconds 1D ) ; minimum, seconds IN NS cecil.hostserv.com. foo.com. IN MX 10 mail.foo.com. cecil 86400 A 68.x.x.x ns 86400 A 68.x.x.x marvin 86400 A 68.y.y.y www 86400 CNAME marvin.foo.com. ftp 86400 A 68.y.y.y mail 86400 A 68.y.y.y Any suggestions? Good info sites on Bind9? Anything is appreciated.