[dns-operations] Bad IP in glue records (Godaddy)
test12 at implix.com
Fri Mar 6 15:20:00 UTC 2015
On 03/06/2015 02:51 PM, Andrew Sullivan wrote:
> The problem is that you have host objects in the .com registry:
> Server Name: A.NS.DOMADD.GETRESPONSE.COM
> IP Address: 188.8.131.52
> Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
> Whois Server: whois.networksolutions.com
> Referral URL:http://networksolutions.com
> I suspect you need to get netsol to remove those records. Anyway,
> that's why there are records in the .com zone for those two names.
> (There shouldn't be glue at all, because they're not in-baliwick, but
> Verisign can't know that in advance so they just push all the in-zone
> IP records that are registered with host objects out to the zone. I
> don't really know any other way to do this at the scale of the .com
> zone.) Why network solutions didn't remove those host objects when
> they updated the nameservers for getresponse.com is something you'll
> need to ask them.
Thank you I've contacted NETSOL to remove that entries but this name
servers (A.NS.DOMADD.GETRESPONSE.COM, B.NS.DOMADD.GETRESPONSE.COM) was
never used in domain getresponse.com (and any other domain). Do you know
why such registry of namservers are used why .COM operator. If Verisign
want to add record blindly they should ask DNS instead a DB which have
strange entries :(
P.S. I agree that automatic glue records in .COM is pretty bad idea.
Moving name servers is very very painful :(
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