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Re: United.com having DNS issues?
- From: Henry Yen
- Date: Thu Jun 02 00:22:24 2005
On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 04:03:17AM +0000, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Henry Yen wrote:
> > On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 02:56:20AM +0000, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
> > > Not horribly on topic, but perhaps there is a united.com person listening:
> > >
> > > www.united.com's NS servers are -
> > > dns01.uls-prod.com.
> > > dns02.uls-prod.com.
> > whois and "dig +trace" show that www.united.com's servers are now:
> > dc1lbs1.uls-prod.com
> > dc2lbs1.uls-prod.com
> > maybe the dns changes were recently made and are still "in-flight"... (ducks)
> i don't think so, the united.com domain was those two earlier today, with
> www.united.com NS from dns01/02.uls-prod.com ... though I've seen this
> situation change some throughout the day as well with the dcXlbs1 boxes in
> the mix as well. Asking direcly from dns01/02 gets you records for SOME
> things but not others and servfail 'often' for www.united.com.
> Someone else pointed out that this is not a 'new' situation and has been
> the case for about 3-4 weeks so far... their POC's on the domains:
> are all invalid/dead/not-answering... perhaps someone will be watching
> nanog, perhaps they will continue to be busted :( Oh well.
yeah, ok, the situation appears slightly more messed up than originally
the dcXlbs1 boxes are the ones pointed to by the root. unfortunately,
they think the dns0X boxes are the nameservers (though that doesn't matter
if you don't ask dcXlbs1 for NS records).
also of note is the SOA serial number is 20050503 (four weeks ago).
also interesting is that the whois/registry for uls-prod.com says
that it's expired.
Henry Yen Aegis Information Systems, Inc.
Senior Systems Programmer Hicksville, New York