[dns-operations] ns.uu.net is lame for .int
m3047 at m3047.net
Sun Mar 6 01:30:44 UTC 2011
On Saturday 05 March 2011 16:11, Chris Thompson wrote:
> On Mar 5 2011, Fred Morris wrote:
> >ns.uu.net is (classically) lame for .int. Lame servers are, sadly, not
> >unusual. But are there any others where . is making the delegation?
> >int. 86400 IN NS ns0.ja.net.
> >int. 86400 IN NS ns.icann.org.
> >int. 86400 IN NS sec2.authdns.ripe.net.
> >int. 86400 IN NS ns.uu.net.
> >int. 86400 IN NS ns1.cs.ucl.ac.uk.
> As well as ns.uu.net giving an upwards referral, ns0.ja.net gives
> SERVFAIL. And sec2.authdns.ripe.net has the serial number problem
> others have described. Also ns1.cs.ucl.ac.uk is still running BIND
> 8.2.3 [...]
Eh? Am I missing something, or does that leave them with exactly *one*
generally-considered-reliable nameserver? Ouch!
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