July 13th, 2011, 05:22 PM
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@ IN SOA ns1.domain.com. hostmaster.domain.com. (
@ IN NS ns1.domain.com.
* IN CNAME @
@ IN A 192.168.1.104
That might be the easiest way. You don't need the CNAME, you can make that an A record as well. With this set up, you will get the domain and any subdomains as well for the blocked domain.
The problem before was if you have just the wildcard, you are only "filtering" the subdomains, the actual domain name needed an A record as well. And your parenthesis was in the wrong spot. Oh and if you specify no ttl at the top, it will use your minimum field in the SOA for the default ttl. No big deal on that probably.