lots of AAAA query, why?
Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Mon Dec 8 05:15:02 UTC 2008
In message <BLU149-W329FA87CAB9D329FD15DB685FD0 at phx.gbl>, MontyRee writes:
> Hello, all.
> I operated bind dns(9.x) when I see the query log, I can see like below.
> First query AAAA and query A again.
> named: client xxx.xxx.xx.xx#50654: query: test.example.com IN AAAA +
> named: client xxx.xxx.xx.xx#50654: query: test.example.com IN A +
> As I know, AAAA is an ipv6 related query, but all my systems use ipv4 based.
Apparently not. The client libraries usually have determined
that IPv6 *is* enabled to some extent if you are getting AAAA
> So is there any way to disable this AAAA query?
This would be better asked in OS specific lists as it is the
client libraries that are generating the queries.
Alternatively you could actually start using IPv6.
> Thanks in advance.
Mark Andrews, ISC
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