analyzing a referral from root-servers
hamjavar at unm.edu
Tue Nov 30 04:41:28 UTC 1999
Nov 29 21:16:50 ariel named: host name "CLINT'S\032COMP" IN
(response from [22.214.171.124] for [126.96.36.199]) is invalid - proceeding anyway
Above is one of many many lines we're getting and I
was wondering if anyone can help me understand it better.
h.root-servers.net who is 188.8.131.52 passing out
information that name for 184.108.40.206 is
But 220.127.116.11 in our dns database has different
name (all our names are valid and rfc952 compliant).
We don't have "CLINT'S\032COMP". Our secondary on the
Internet does not pass this information either.
Why would root-name servers do this kind of things,
or am I missing something here?
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