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[Unbound-users] Old or incorrect information returned?

Haw Loeung
Fri Nov 6 13:48:30 CET 2009


On Fri, Nov 6th, 2009 at 7:52 PM, Florian Weimer <fweimer at bfk.de> wrote:
> * Haw Loeung:
> 
> > The TTL has already lapsed but it is still showing that the domain has
> been 
> > delegated to the old hosting providers nextgen.net when it should be 
> > cpanelhost.net.au and hyperservers.com.au as shown below:
> 
> The domain is still hosted on nextgen.net, with the old zone contents,
> including the old NS RRset.  

No, it should be as follows:

======
$ dig +trace supre.com.au
<snip>
com.au.                 259200  IN      NS      udns2.ausregistry.net.au.
com.au.                 259200  IN      NS      udns3.ausregistry.net.au.
com.au.                 259200  IN      NS      udns4.ausregistry.net.au.
;; Received 429 bytes from 2001:dc0:2001:a:4608::59#53(A1.AUDNS.NET.au) in 689 ms

supre.com.au.           14400   IN      NS      ns1.hyperservers.com.au.
supre.com.au.           14400   IN      NS      ns2.hyperservers.com.au.
supre.com.au.           14400   IN      NS      ns1.cpanelhost.net.au.
supre.com.au.           14400   IN      NS      ns2.cpanelhost.net.au.
;; Received 162 bytes from 211.29.133.32#53(audns.optus.net) in 3 ms
======


> For a successful transition, the new zone contents needs to be served 
> from those servers, too.
> 

Couldn't agree with you more. But unfortunately, these are not our customers and hence not 
domains we host or look after.


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Haw Loeung
Systems Administrator
TPG Internet
http://www.tpg.com.au
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