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Re: DNS DOS increasing?

  • From: just me
  • Date: Tue Jan 22 00:22:10 2002

On Mon, 21 Jan 2002, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:

  So what we need is a tunable on the caching DNS server that says
  min_allowed_ttl = 300;
  if (ttl < min_allowed_ttl) ttl = min_allowed_ttl;
  If the above becomes a problem, this will happen.

  Mike.


Some larger providers allready do this on their caching servers. It's
rather annoying, actually. I don't see anything wrong with setting a
10s TTL if I size my bandwidth and server capacity accordingly.

matto

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