mathias at staff.singnet.com.sg
Mon Aug 17 23:30:01 UTC 1998
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Why should only misspelt domains lookups go to him?
If nameservers found the additional root-NSs during the time they were
announced, they would have started to using them as much as all the
other root-ns, at least until they had enough data to make the RTT
on which are preferred, no?
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From: Ryan K. Brooks <ryan at inc.net>
To: Craig A. Huegen <chuegen at quadrunner.com>
Cc: max at inc.net <max at inc.net>; nanog at merit.edu <nanog at merit.edu>
Date: Tuesday, August 18, 1998 4:20 AM
Subject: Re: DNS Headaches.
|Craig A. Huegen wrote:
|> This wouldn't be webteam.net, would it? =)
|> This morning, Chris Yarnell from NASA pointed out the response
|> to "dig @a.root-servers.net . soa":
|> . 2D IN NS PANIC.WEBTEAM.NET.
|> . 2D IN NS TORGO.WEBTEAM.NET.
|> PANIC.WEBTEAM.NET. 2D IN A 220.127.116.11
|> TORGO.WEBTEAM.NET. 2D IN A 18.104.22.168
|> I don't know how this happened, but it doesn't look pretty. =)
|> (The "standard" zone files were okay -- .COM, .NET, etc...)
|How did this happen anyway? InterNIC? Postel? Doesn't this error
|a percentage of the Internet was unresolvable by the entire planet?
|It would really be great to find out what chain of events got us a
|nameserver on our network; not that we wouldn't mind donating the
|to run one - it would just be nice to know in advance. :-)
|Maybe we can get bilateral peering with BBN since we have a root
|ryan at inc.net
|CTO, Internet Connect, Inc.
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