[dns-operations] Odd behaviour on one node in I root-server (facebook, youtube & twitter)

Lindqvist Kurt Erik kurtis at kurtis.pp.se
Fri Mar 26 02:23:11 UTC 2010

On 25 mar 2010, at 01.17, Lindqvist Kurt Erik wrote:

> On 24 mar 2010, at 21.04, Lars-Johan Liman wrote:
>> mave at nic.cl:
>>> A local ISP has told us that there's some strange behavior with at
>>> least one ...
>> Just FYI, we are investigating this.
> I just wanted to clarify one thing. At Netnod/Autonomica we are completely dedicated to serving the IANA root zone as we receive it. We do not intercept, interfere, rewrite or otherwise alter either queries, responses or the content of the zone itself. 

In order to address some speculations, I wanted to provide a public update on this. We are still investigating this issue together with the local hosting provider and their upstreams. Pending this investigation, we have withdrawn the route announcements from one of our anycast nodes for i.root-servers.net. 

Best regards,

- kurtis -

Kurt Erik Lindqvist, CEO
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