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 on: September 20, 2021, 11:47:30 AM 
Started by dseomn - Last post by dseomn
I thought ALIAS wasn't a real record type, so the DNS server software could do whatever it wanted to do with it? I want failover for HTTPS, so I don't think there's anything like SRV that would work for that.

 on: September 20, 2021, 11:01:13 AM 
Started by dseomn - Last post by snarked
Probably not.  The whole point of a dynamic address update is that any (and all) prior address(es) are invalid when the record is updated with a new address.  You must use separate labels to maintain more than one dynamic destination (one label per destination).  IPv4 and IPv6 dynamic addresses can coexist under a single label because they are different RR-types.

ALIAS, CNAME, and DNAME records take a single destination only.  Multiple instances of these RR-types are forbidden.

If youíre trying to do something like load balancing or failure rollover, look at SRV records if the application or protocol you intend to use supports them.

 on: September 20, 2021, 10:39:16 AM 
Started by kamil445 - Last post by kamil445
Yes, looks like wrong data is because my fault

 on: September 20, 2021, 10:24:46 AM 
Started by dseomn - Last post by dseomn
Is there any way to have a single name with multiple A or AAAA records pointing at different places with separate dynamic updates? I tried making two separate names with separate dynamic updates, then pointing two ALIAS records from the same name to those dynamic names, but I'm only getting a single record when I look up the ALIAS name.

Dynamic records:
Code: [Select] A 300 A 300

Static records:
Code: [Select] ALIAS 300 ALIAS 300

Code: [Select]
$ host has address

Is there any way to set up a name that returns records for both addresses above, where each address can be changed separately by a different dynamic dns client?

 on: September 16, 2021, 11:25:32 PM 
Started by Mierdin - Last post by madgrok
Hi. I accidentally indicated the wrong size for the T-shirt. How to fix?

 on: September 16, 2021, 12:22:09 PM 
Started by Rickspdx - Last post by Rickspdx

I am trying to setup ipv6 tunnel with UDMP?  Cant seem to quite get it working, anyone try it with the UDMP?  Care to share the settings?



 on: September 13, 2021, 05:07:46 PM 
Started by MaZe - Last post by MaZe
Thank you.  That worked.

 on: September 12, 2021, 12:46:33 PM 
Started by kamil445 - Last post by kcochran
The information in rWHOIS looks correct for your information.

 on: September 12, 2021, 02:12:37 AM 
Started by kamil445 - Last post by kamil445
Thank you for reply,

So, there is no chance to change these values in rwhois ?

This really worked for cloudflare for example, so maybe cloudflare or cloudflare geolocation service respective these values.

Now workaround is to disable tunnel or use hosts to force domains to use ipv4 instead of ipv6.

 on: September 11, 2021, 08:59:30 AM 
Started by snarked - Last post by snarked
I have rate limiting enabled in my DNS server.  Iím getting rate limiting messages in my system logs for DNS queries that appear to be from HEís tunnel server.  Example:

11-Sep-2021 08:23:52.542 client @0x7fcf905af6e0 ( rate limit slip NODATA response to for IN  (2d03f8d7)

I see no reason for a tunnel server to be the source of a query for any hosted domain outside of HE itself.  Is there a security hole permitting them to be open resolvers?

I have masked the actual query by deleting part of it, but left enough of it to show that it is a DNSBL entry, not a hostname query.  Why would a tunnel server be checking my private list (and furthermore, the list being checked is not an IPv4, IPv6, or a domain name list, but something else)? is the Los Angeles tunnel server endpoint address.

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