update forwarding denied

Mark_Andrews at isc.org Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Mon Oct 7 23:43:05 UTC 2002

> > 2) How do I determine the IP address of the machine that is sending
> >    the DDNS packet?  I am assuming that the IP address contained in the
> >    message is the address of the master nameserver for the zone that
> >    the DDNS packet is trying to update.
> No, I'm fairly sure it's the address from which the update was received.
> Why log the address of the master?  It's always the same for a given
> zone.

	The address in the denied message is the clients address.
	Named will try all of the masters listed in the the masters
	clause when forwarding a update.

Mark Andrews, Internet Software Consortium
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