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Old 11-23-2004, 05:16 PM   #1
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Bind not resolving .org domains

I am currently running Bind on a Debian distro on several servers. Recently, my main name server has begun failing to resolve any .org domains. Both .com and .net resolve correctly. The other name servers are resolving away on any domain without problems.

I'm guessing the trouble comes from my name server not getting any records from the top level .org name servers and Running 'dig org. ns' on the misbehaving name server results in a timed out connection, while running it on any other name server retrieves the correct ULTRADNS records.

Also, using the dnstracer program, I can never retrieve records from either the TLD1 or TLD2 name servers. Both simply time out every try.

If anyone knows the solution to this problem or can point me in a general direction to gather more info, I would greatly appreciate the help. I'm afraid this problem is rather over my head.

Thank you,

G Gandy


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