denied update from [an IP I don't know] for "my domain"
indianlinuxuser at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 21 04:27:56 UTC 2002
It must be coming from Win 2K machine(stupid MS). It is a bug actually in
----- Original Message -----
From: "Régis" <regis at grison.org>
To: <comp-protocols-dns-bind at moderators.isc.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 2:01 AM
Subject: denied update from [an IP I don't know] for "my domain"
> I looked in the archive and found the same error message but in a
> context, so I hope someone could help me. Please excuse me for my
> english, it is not
> my native language.
> Here is the message number (it is the real one, I didn't change anything)
> Feb 20 20:40:46 mensmagna named: denied update from
> [188.8.131.52].3971 for "aades.com" IN
> Here is my config :
> Linux Debian woody
> named 8.3.0-REL-NOESW Thu Jan 17 11:40:46 MST 2002
> it runs chrooted
> I have a lot of domains but lesgarsdvierzon.net, rsdvierzon.net and
> aades.com may be relevant because they share the same IP (184.108.40.206)
> my nameserver is master, the slave is the one of a friend, I looked at
> config file without seeing anything
> I don't know if it is a good idea to publish their name and IP here but
> you can
> have them using the whois on any of the above domain name if you want them
> My problem and what I've done :
> I receive this error message very often and everytime from the same IP.
> An host command on this IP shows :
> Name: pool-138-89-40-249.mad.east.verizon.net
> I think it is interessant to see that the domain verizon.net is quite
> similar to
> lesgarsdvierzon.net or rsdvierzon.net that have the same IP than aades.com
> I looked at my config files but I saw nothing special, I looked at the
> config files
> of the secondary dns (which is a slave of mine), I looked on google and
> But I didn't find anything
> I wrote to the admin (found the address using whois) but I had no response
> (about 2 weeks now).
> My questions :
> Which side does the error come from ?
> Is it an error that I must correct ?
> Is it something the verizon.net admin made incorrectly ?
> Is is something important or not ?
> What should I do ?
> Thank you for any hint or any link to a document or relevant mail archive.
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