[ucc] DNS Glue records
alastair at ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au
Tue Aug 1 23:23:26 WST 2006
On Tue, 01 August, 2006 at 07:02:11PM +0800, David Cake wrote:
> At 11:54 AM +1000 1/8/06, Duncan Sargeant wrote:
> >David Cake wrote on Tue August 01, at 03:25 +0800:
> >> Anyone know how to fix mismatched Glue records in DNS?
$ host -t soa com.au
com.au SOA ns1.ausregistry.net. dns.ausregistry.net.au. 2007097219 14400 3600 3600000 86400
Therefore you could try e-mailing dns at ausregistry.net.au, as they
control the com.au zone file in which the dodgy glue records reside.
(This is a different kettle of fish to the NS records present in
the registry AFAIK.) Does anyone know if and how often glue records
are updated from the registry? After the TTL runs out, perhaps?
(Try "host -v -t ns <domain> ns1.ausregistry.net" to get the TTL.)
> >> The problem being that parent servers at various registrars
> >> seem to be reporting an IP address that no longer exists, and hasn't
> >> for some time, when asked for the nameserver.
> >I can think of several situations which almost match your description,
> >but not quite. Can you cite the domain and problem ns servers?
> It think the root cause of my problem is a basically no
> longer supported reseller, that has allowed some flaws in their
> software to go unfixed. I think moving registrars is probably the
> Anyone want to recommend a good registrar, that will handle
> .com.au and .tv?
I'm with Distribute.IT <http://www.distributeit.com.au>. They seem
sane, and allow self-management of domains registered using OpenSRS.
... A closed mouth gathers no foot.
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