BUG ON BIND 4.9.2?
Nicola Roserba roserba at cgi.interbusiness.it
Mon Jun 10 17:13:42 CEST 1996
Hello there. I'm Nicola Roserba and I work on Interbusiness, Italy. I wish to let you know that I've probably found a bug on the Bind 4.9.2. If you define new machines on a zone in this way: machine.domain.something IN A 194.243.100.001 anothermachine.domain.something IN A 194.243.100.002 and then you query that zone, in this way: host -avl domain.something authoritative-DNS-for-that-domain you'll probably receive this: machine.domain.something IN A 194.243.100.wrong-IP anothermachine.domain.something IN A 194.243.100.wrong-IP. "wrong-IP" means that you will receive a different last byte in IP address for example: machine.domain.something IN A 22.214.171.124 If you remove the zeroes in the last byte of the zone where you define the machine, like this: machine.domain.something IN A 126.96.36.199 anothermachine.domain.something IN A 188.8.131.52 the DNS will amswer correctly. So it seems like the BIND doesn't appreciate the zeroes in a IP address definition. I can't find errors in my BIND configuration so I think this is a bug. Do you agree? Bye _____________________________________________________________________________ ,=======>-------. ,-------|------. | Centro Gestione | `------|--------' INTERBUSINESS ING. NICOLA ROSERBA `-------<======' __________________________/\_______________ Phone: +39-6-36889293 __________________________/\___ Fax: +39-6-33659922 __________________________/\___T E L E C O M roserba at cgi.interbusiness.it __________________________/\__________Italia_________________________________
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