Freeze/thaw and signed zone files
marka at isc.org
Sat Feb 23 21:45:16 UTC 2019
On IPv6 why wouldn’t you support it? The world ran out of IPv4 addresses years ago and IPv4 is only limping along now due to ISPs spending big money to put in CGN boxes which you are paying for.
Turning on IPv6 reduces the required size of these CGN boxes with on average 70% of residential traffic switching to it. This in turn reduces costs.
Named will already be using IPv6 for queries it is making as that is enabled by default.
> On 23 Feb 2019, at 06:28, @lbutlr <kremels at kreme.com> wrote:
> I did try manually updating vi nsupdate -l
>> zone example.com
>> update add example.com. 86400 IN SOA ns1.example.net. admin.example.com. 2019022200 3600 300 1209600 3600
>> update add konamicode.example.com. 86400 IN CNAME www.example.com.
> ; Communication with ::1#53 failed: timed out
> update failed: FORMERR
> Why is it defaulting to IPv6? This system is not setup for IPv6. Do I have to setup named.conf to listen on ::1?
> Also, confusingly, despite the error the zone WAS updated.
> There used to be such simple directions, back in the days before they
> invented parallel universes - Up and Down, Right and Left, Backward and
> Forward, Past and Future... But normal directions don't work in the
> multiverse, which has far too many dimensions for anyone to find their
> way. So new ones have to be invented so that the way can be found. Like:
> East of the Sun, West of the Moon Or: Behind the North Wind. Or: At the
> Back of Beyond. Or: There and Back Again. Or: Beyond the Fields We
> Know. --Lords and Ladies
> Please visit https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/bind-users to unsubscribe from this list
> bind-users mailing list
> bind-users at lists.isc.org
More information about the bind-users