This is a discussion on Re: TXT record problem (Timed out) - DNS ; Hi, maybe I'll upgrade bind in next time. But I'm just wondering, because it's ok when I query TXT record from my internal network, so I think this version of bind has no problem with TXT record. Maybe it's my ...
maybe I'll upgrade bind in next time.
But I'm just wondering, because it's ok when I query TXT record from my internal network, so I think this version of bind has no problem with TXT record.
Maybe it's my firewall problem but port 53 TCP, UDP have been opened, and I tought those enough. Could you tell aother port should be opened?
Thanks a lot and regards,
----- Original Message ----- From: "Mark Andrews"
To: "Barry Margolin"
Sent: Friday, August 25, 2006 6:50 AM
Subject: Re: TXT record problem (Timed out)
>> In article
>> Mark Andrews
>> > > Hi,
>> > > my dns server is behind a firewall, and TCP and UDP port 53 have been
>> > > opene
>> > > d. Is there another port should be opened?
>> > > After running dig version.bind chaos txt or named -v, I got BIND 9.1.3.
>> > > Thanks and regards,
>> > No one should be running BIND 9.1.3 anymore. Upgrade.
>> While that may be good advice, what's the chance that this is even
>> remotely related to his problem?
> I doubt it has anything, as the version.bind/txt/ch query
> failed and that has always worked which indicates that it
> is not named. This has already been pointed out by others
> and indicates a firewall problem.
> What had not been pointed out is that there are lots of
> major bugs including security bugs in what he is running.
> I suspect the whole OS needs to be upgraded. I don't know
> of any OS that shipped w/ BIND 9.1.3 that doesn't have other
> security flaws.
> Named is one of a few applications that is always exposed
> to external threats. You can often get away with not
> upgrading on a internal threat. You can rarely get away
> with not upgrading on a external threat. This machine is
> exposed to external threats.
>> I wish in my tech support job I could get away with ignoring questions
>> of customers who aren't running a recent release.
> BIND 9.1 has been out of support for 4 years. This is free
> support and asking someone to compile a recent version
> before getting free support is a reasonable request. It
> also gets rid of a multitude of potential problems.
> Anyone running a multi-threaded version of named shouldn't
> be running anything less than BIND 9.2.4 as all versions
> prior to that have a major race condition. This means most
> Linux boxes shouldn't be running anything prior to BIND 9.2.4.
>> Barry Margolin, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Arlington, MA
>> *** PLEASE post questions in newsgroups, not directly to me ***
>> *** PLEASE don't copy me on replies, I'll read them in the group ***
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