I noticed the oreilly != reilly snafu yesterday. After redoing the
trace with the correct domain it turns out I had 71.0.0.0/8 listed in my
bogon networks.

Thanks to everyone for your help. -- Joel

Mark Andrews wrote:
>>OK, here is a trace and the relevenat portions of a cache dump. I don;t
>>know enough to tell if anything looks out of place.
>>
>>trace:

>
>
> reillycompany.com != oreillycompany.com
>
>
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.980 client 10.25.5.200#32772: view internal-in:
>>query (cache) 'oreillycompany.com/A/IN' approved
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.980 createfetch: oreillycompany.com A
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.980 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): create
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.980 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): join
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.980 fetch 0x314218 (fctx
>>0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A)): created
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.981 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): start
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.981 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): try
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.981 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): cancelqueries
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.981 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): getaddresses
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.981 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): query
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.981 resquery 0x3096b8 (fctx
>>0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A)): send
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.982 resquery 0x3096b8 (fctx
>>0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A)): sent
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:23.982 resquery 0x3096b8 (fctx
>>0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A)): senddone
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.061 resquery 0x3096b8 (fctx
>>0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A)): response
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.061 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'):
>>noanswer_response
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.061 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'):
>>ncache_message
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): clone_results
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): cancelquery
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): done
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'):
>>stopeverything
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): cancelqueries
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): sendevents
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fetch 0x314218 (fctx
>>0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A)): destroyfetch
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.062 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): shutdown
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.063 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): doshutdown
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.063 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'):
>>stopeverything
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.063 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): cancelqueries
>>11-Jan-2005 13:28:24.063 fctx 0x2cb6b8(oreillycompany.com/A'): destroy
>>
>>
>>cache dump:
>>
>>; glue
>>reillycompany.com. 171459 NS ns1.infostations.net.
>> 171459 NS ns2.infostations.net.
>>
>>; authauthority
>>infostations.NET. 1400 NS ns1.bluecherry.net.
>> 1400 NS ns1.infostations.net.
>> 1400 NS ns2.bluecherry.net.
>> 1400 NS ns2.infostations.net.
>>; authanswer
>> 1400 A 71.4.42.2
>>; answer
>>ns1.infostations.NET. 170546 A 71.4.40.3
>>; additional
>>ns2.infostations.NET. 1400 A 71.4.40.4
>>
>>
>>
>>Joel M Nimety wrote:
>>
>>>Additional query with +norecurse that may be helpful:
>>>
>>>[jnimety@jnimety-linux ~]$ dig @ns77 reillycompany.com +norecurse
>>>
>>>; <<>> DiG 9.2.4 <<>> @ns77 reillycompany.com +norecurse
>>>;; global options: printcmd
>>>;; Got answer:
>>>;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 45998
>>>;; flags: qr ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 2, ADDITIONAL: 2
>>>
>>>;; QUESTION SECTION:
>>>;reillycompany.com. IN A
>>>
>>>;; AUTHORITY SECTION:
>>>reillycompany.com. 172783 IN NS ns1.infostations.net.
>>>reillycompany.com. 172783 IN NS ns2.infostations.net.
>>>
>>>;; ADDITIONAL SECTION:
>>>ns1.infostations.net. 172783 IN A 71.4.40.3
>>>ns2.infostations.net. 172783 IN A 71.4.40.4
>>>
>>>;; Query time: 5 msec
>>>;; SERVER: 10.25.1.77#53(ns77)
>>>;; WHEN: Tue Jan 11 11:07:26 2005
>>>;; MSG SIZE rcvd: 119
>>>
>>>[jnimety@jnimety-linux ~]$
>>>
>>>Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>On Tue, Jan 11, 2005 at 09:24:21AM -0500,
>>>>Joel M Nimety wrote
>>>>a message of 33 lines which said:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>no, resolv.conf:
>>>>>
>>>>>nameserver 127.0.0.1
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>So what? It is not less a name server / cache / forwarder just because
>>>>it is listening on the loopback interface.
>>>
>>>

>>--
>>Joel Nimety
>>Perimeter Internetworking Corp.
>>203.331.4416
>>
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