BUG ON BIND 4.9.2?
bmanning at ISI.EDU bmanning at ISI.EDU
Mon Jun 10 18:17:47 CEST 1996
> machine.domain.something IN A 194.243.100.001 > anothermachine.domain.something IN A 194.243.100.002 > > "wrong-IP" means that you will receive a different last byte in IP address > for example: > > machine.domain.something IN A 184.108.40.206 > > So it seems like the BIND doesn't appreciate the zeroes in a IP address > definition. > This is not a bug. Bind considers leading zeros be represent octal information. Therefore, 002 != 2. Not a bug. A feature. Not all numbers are decimal. -- --bill
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