"request too small" message; who, what, and why
pancho at acadia.net
Mon Nov 15 21:02:01 UTC 1999
>Reply-To: "Tianqiang Jin" <tjin at worldres.com>
>From: tjin at worldres.com (Tianqiang Jin)
>To: "Pancho Cole" <pancho at acadia.net>
>Cc: <dnsadmin at worldres.com>, <hostmaster at worldres.com>, <abuse at worldres.com>,
> <root at worldres.com>, <unixhelp at worldres.com>
>Subject: Re: Who on your network is scanning our servers
>Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 12:57:52 -0800
>Organization: Worldres, Inc.
>X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.00.2314.1300
> We have actived our new DNS server with RTT(Round Trip Time)
> since last week.
> Some of your client in your network try to access our site, our DNS
> want to give your client the shortest path to our server, there is no
> to your DNS. Those are rtt measurement packets.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Pancho Cole <pancho at acadia.net>
>To: <dnsadmin at WORLDRES.COM>; <hostmaster at WORLDRES.COM>;
><abuse at WORLDRES.COM>; <root at WORLDRES.COM>
>Sent: Monday, November 15, 1999 12:45 PM
>Subject: Who on your network is scanning our servers
> > I am seeing this on my console in some of our name servers:
> > --
> > named: stream_getlen([22.214.171.124].2002): request too small
> > --
> > This has been happening for two days. This IP is assigned to you,
> > to arin.net.
> > Would you find the responsible party, and let those of us out there know
> > what has been going on?
> > --
> > Pancho Cole, webmaster and hostmaster for AcadiaNet
> > http://www.acadia.net/ http://home.acadia.net/
> > Work (207)664-3100 webmaster at acadia.net
Pancho Cole, webmaster and hostmaster for AcadiaNet
Work (207)664-3100 webmaster at acadia.net
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