Irwin Tillman wrote:
> I'm running BIND 9.3.0 on Solaris 9.


> The code indicates that the following behavior is the default:


> check-names response ignore;


> But named behaves as if the default for responses is 'warn', not 'ignore'.
> E.g. it logs messages like:


> in.named[1688]: resolver: notice: check-names warning union+city-nj.addresses.com/A/IN
> in.named[1688]: resolver: notice: check-names warning shoprite.com/NS/IN
> in.named[1688]: resolver: notice: check-names warning 12.113.186.146.in-addr.arpa/PTR/IN


> Adding 'check-names response ignore;' to the global options does not appear to help.


> Any ideas as to how to get check-names response to ignore?


Another question : How do you expect "The World" to be able to
use your funny names ?? Do you really need totally out-of-spec
stuff ?


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