our isp not supports EDNS?
jlightner at water.com
Tue May 4 12:26:39 UTC 2010
That's what makes this whole discussion so much fun. There don't seem
to be any yes/no answers.
Based on my reading yesterday and consistent with our findings here it
seems the most likely issue is somewhere in the network path rather than
the name server itself. You should check your internal
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Subject: Re: our isp not supports EDNS?
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ff Pang writes:
> Following the discussions in the list, I made a test on one of our
> servers, which is in an ISP's datacenter.
> The result is below:
> $ dig +short rs.dns-oarc.net txt
> "18.104.22.168 DNS reply size limit is at least 490"
> "22.214.171.124 lacks EDNS, defaults to 512"
> "Tested at 2010-05-04 02:23:51 UTC"
> Does this mean our ISP's filrewall block EDNS query/response?
Maybe / maybe not. It could just mean that the nameserver itself
doesn't support EDNS.
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