ahuja at merit.edu
Sat Nov 29 07:34:20 UTC 1997
On Sat, 29 Nov 1997, Mark Prior wrote:
I fixed the mail problems with radb.ra.net. Auto-dbm is functioning
correctly now. Unfortunately, the DNS problems are completely out of
Merit's hands. DNS for radb.ra.net is run by Bill Manning at ISI. This
is because the RA project is a joint venture between Merit and ISI. I have
sent Bill Manning email regarding this matter. There is little I can do
to fix it. If you have a suggestion to a work-around to this problem, I
am very willing to implement it.
Submissions that I have sent to radb.ra.net from various locations worked
correctly for me. And the mail problem was fixed.
As far as your particular route problem, I am still looking into it, which
is why you weren't notified. You may want to try resubmitting your
messages to radb.ra.net.
I am sorry for any inconvenience that this may have caused you, but I am
doing my best to resolve the problem as quickly as I can.
Thank you for your patience. Please send me (and our NOC) email to
ra-help at merit.edu if you have any further questions. I will keep you
updated as to any progress with this matter.
> I don't believe that they are fixed yet.
> kuji> host -t ns ra.net
> ra.net NS NS.SESQUI.NET
> ra.net NS NS.ISI.EDU
> kuji> host -t mx radb.ra.net ns.isi.edu
> radb.ra.net MX record not found at ns.isi.edu, server failure
> kuji> host -t mx radb.ra.net ns.sesqui.net
> radb.ra.net MX record not found at ns.sesqui.net, server failure
> kuji> host -C ra.net
> ra.net NS NS.SESQUI.net
> zed.isi.edu bmanning.zed.isi.edu (1925628 10800 900 604800
> *** ra.net SOA record at NS.SESQUI.net is not authoritative
> ra.net has lame delegation to NS.SESQUI.net
> !!! ra.net SOA primary zed.isi.edu is not advertised via NS
> ra.net NS NS.ISI.EDU
> zed.isi.edu bmanning.zed.isi.edu (1925631 10800 900 604800
> *** ra.net SOA record at NS.ISI.EDU is not authoritative
> ra.net has lame delegation to NS.ISI.EDU
> !!! NS.ISI.EDU and NS.SESQUI.net have different serial for ra.net
> Also we haven't received back ACKs from any of the messages we sent
> out before we started using a hard coded IP number in the mail
> address, ie "[email protected][22.214.171.124]".
> Our problem with the RADB not returning at least one net tagged with
> our origin (126.96.36.199/24) as a result of a "\gAS2764" query is
> still unresolved.
> PS If you really thought this was fixed why didn't you contact us
> since we have an open TT with you about this very issue?
abha ahuja ahuja at merit.edu
Merit Network, Inc. 313.764.0294
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