in-addr.arpa server problems for europe?
marka at isc.org
Mon Feb 15 17:29:28 CST 2010
In message <201002152312.o1FNCFq8098232 at drugs.dv.isc.org>, Mark Andrews writes:
> In message <87iq9ys512.fsf at mid.deneb.enyo.de>, Florian Weimer writes:
> > * Stephane Bortzmeyer:
> > > It is highly improbable that all these name servers are unreachable
> > > from you. Therefore, I suspect that *content* is the issue. RIPE-NCC
> > > zones are signed with DNSSEC. Are you sure you do not have a broken
> > > middlebox which deletes DNSSEC-signed answers?
> > Ahem. dig's +trace doesn't use EDNS by default, so no signatures and
> > (usually) no large responses.
> I actually suspect no IPv6 path rather than DNSSEC, add a -4 to force IPv4.
> drugs# foreach h ( SUNIC.SUNET.SE TINNIE.ARIN.NET NS-PRI.RIPE.NET NS3.NIC.FR
> SEC3.APNIC.NET SEC1.APNIC.NET SNS-PB.ISC.ORG )
> foreach? echo $h `dig +short $h aaaa`
> foreach? end
> SUNIC.SUNET.SE 2001:6b0:7::2
> TINNIE.ARIN.NET 2001:500:13::c7d4:35
> NS-PRI.RIPE.NET 2001:610:240:0:53::3
> NS3.NIC.FR 2001:660:3006:1::1:1
> SEC3.APNIC.NET 2001:dc0:1:0:4777::140
> SEC1.APNIC.NET 2001:dc0:2001:a:4608::59
> SNS-PB.ISC.ORG 2001:500:2e::1
Also a more recent DiG than from BIND 9.3.3 would have helped. :-)
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Mark Andrews, ISC
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