[dns-operations] aws.amazon.com zone has only one nameserver
valentin.bud at gmail.com
Tue Dec 8 12:35:45 UTC 2015
Fom where I am standing (.ro) things look differently, as it follows.
~$ dig +short aws.amazon.com ns in
~$ dig +short ns-932.amazon.com. a in
I guess that Amazon has geo aware DNS configuration in place.
Also I can find the A IN for ns-911.amazon.com and it matches yours.
~$ dig +short ns-911.amazon.com. a in
On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 2:10 PM Yonghua Peng <pyh at cloud-china.org> wrote:
> As you see,
> ~$ idig aws.amazon.com ns
> aws.amazon.com. 587 IN NS ns-911.amazon.com.
> ~$ idig aws.amazon.com soa
> aws.amazon.com. 60 IN SOA ns-911.amazon.com.
> root.amazon.com. 1449536989 3600 900 7776000 60
> ~$ idig ns-911.amazon.com
> ns-911.amazon.com. 197 IN A 22.214.171.124
> Do you know why this well known domain has only one nameserver, and it
> seems the nameserver has only one IP?
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