[dns-operations] Rodney Joffe: Re: DNS TTL adherence
davidu at everydns.net
Wed Mar 15 18:39:37 UTC 2006
On Mar 15, 2006, at 8:11 AM, Jaap Akkerhuis wrote:
> for those of you not on nanog, a dns-operations relevant thread
> just happened.
> $ dig @18.104.22.168 jhgfd.example.centergate.com a
> This behavior is unfortunately not unique.
> As I told Rodney in a private mail, this thing is seriously broken.
> Do a dig @22.214.171.124 microsoft.com (and others, nlnetlabs.nl,
> icann.org, kk.org) a couple of times on a row. Also, watch the flags
> doing this.
Yep. This machine is terribly broken.
Doing a PTR check...
The logs from the authoritative server delegated reverse dns for
126.96.36.199/24 shows two separate requests in a three second window
from two widely distinct IPs making the same request -- neither of
which are the destination of my PTR query.
Some odd behavior indeed.
==> /service/auth2/log/main/current <==
2006-03-15 05:09:43.951137500 d41703a2:8041:e92e + 000c
2006-03-15 05:09:46.347151500 d41706a1:8263:b455 + 000c
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