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Mailing Lists
Description
bind-announce BIND Announcement Mailing List
bind-beta-response Announcement and Discussion List for Participants in BIND Beta Programs
bind-users BIND Users Mailing List. Searchable non-ISC mail archive is here.
bind-workers BIND Workers Mailing List
dhcp-announce DHCP Announcement Mailing List
dhcp-users Users of ISC DHCP. Searchable non-ISC mail archive is here.
dhcp-workers DHCP Workers mailing list.
dlv-announce Announcement-only list for changes in ISC’s DLV registry
inn-announce INN announcements mailing list
inn-bugs INN Bugs Mailing List
inn-committers INN Committers Mailing List
inn-workers INN Workers Mailing List
irrtoolset Discussion of the inter-routing-registry toolset
Kea-announce News, announcement of new releases for Kea DHCP server
Kea-dev For discussion about Kea development, including proposed new feature design.
Kea-Users Discussion about installing and managing the Kea software suite for DHCP
moderators Discussion list for Usenet newsgroup moderators
noc-notice Notification List for Network Events
openreg-users OpenReg General Discussion List
survey-announce ISC Domain Survey Announce List
training-info Announcement-only list for ISC training events.

 

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The archives of all the mailing lists are viewable by clicking on the list information page above. For three of the mailing lists, we also have Nabble Forum archives.

 

BIND-Users

Earlier
On 04/18/2018 11:37 PM, Blason R wrote: > I need to wall garden the malicious Domain request and instead route to > that server itself. I assume that you are saying that you need to 1) filter malicious domains and 2) you want requests for them to be resolved to your (DNS?) [...]
Thu, Apr 19, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
Dear Darcy, now understand what you mean. Thanks for yor great explanation about the possible causes that blackhole servers don't respond to me. Thanks a lot !!! 2018-04-18 17:35 GMT-03:00 Darcy Kevin (FCA) : > Sorry, but the "that's what they're there for" argument is often misapplied to justify reckless, irresponsible or just plain [...]
Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
Hi,I need to wall garden the malicious Domain request and instead route to that server itself.e.g. my DNS server IP is 192.168.5.47 and would like to wall-garden the request and provide the IP 192.168.5.47 since I have 0.3 million domains specifying IP in front of them would not be a [...]
Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
That is unrelated message and docker is being used for different purpose.On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 2:45 AM, Warren Kumari wrote:On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 4:45 PM, Reindl Harald wrote: > what baout posting the content of > "/usr/lib/systemd/system/named.service" (at best in the initial mail) Yup -- also, this [...]
Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 4:45 PM, Reindl Harald wrote: > what baout posting the content of > "/usr/lib/systemd/system/named.service" (at best in the initial mail) Yup -- also, this complains about docker (libcontainerd: failed to receive event from containerd) -- are you running it under docker, or is that an unrelated message? W > and [...]
Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble

 

ISC DHCP-Users

Earlier
Hi, On Thu, 19 Apr 2018, Bob Harold wrote: > I am seeing a DHCP message that I don't remember seeing before: > > Apr 19 12:57:23 adonis2 daemon dhcpd: failover.c(2644):scrubbing lease for > 10.225.34.224, hostname: > Apr 19 12:57:23 adonis2 daemon dhcpd: failover.c(2644):scrubbing lease for > 10.225.34.230, hostname: > Apr 19 12:57:23 adonis2 daemon dhcpd: [...]
Thu, Apr 19, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
I am seeing a DHCP message that I don't remember seeing before:Apr 19 12:57:23 adonis2 daemon dhcpd: failover.c(2644):scrubbing lease for 10.225.34.224, hostname: Apr 19 12:57:23 adonis2 daemon dhcpd: failover.c(2644):scrubbing lease for 10.225.34.230, hostname: Apr 19 12:57:23 adonis2 daemon dhcpd: failover.c(2644):scrubbing lease for 10.225.35.23, hostname: Has anyone else seen this?A quick [...]
Thu, Apr 19, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
> On Apr 11, 2018, at 6:01 PM, Tom Pusateri wrote: > > I have defined an encapsulated option and am requesting it in dhclient. However, I’m not seeing the request in a tcpdump trace of the request. I included other dhcp options in the request and they are present [...]
Thu, Apr 12, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
/dev/rob0 writes: > That's the wrong hostname for mail. Check the MX for lists.isc.org. > > $ dig lists.isc.org. mx +noall +answer > > ; DiG 9.11.26 lists.isc.org. mx +noall +answer > ;; global options: +cmd > lists.isc.org. 7200 IN [...]
Wed, Apr 11, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 10:15:12PM +0200, Bjørn Mork wrote: > /dev/rob0 writes: > > > If this doesn't arrive on the list right away it might mean that (It did arrive and was distributed right away.) > > ISC's TLSA records were not updated yet for the new certificates. 🙂 > [...]
Wed, Apr 11, 2018
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble

Kea-Users

Earlier
Noruni,In the past I really tried to set up this scenario, but all tests failed.Unlike PPPoE that *can* point a default route to an IP outside the Layer2 network (that, in fact, does not exist in a /32-prefix), a "pure" Ethernet interface always requires a gateway *inside* its L2 network...So, [...]
Thu, Apr 19, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Francis,The use-case is valid here. In PPP, you essentially create a layer2 connection, and tie it to a host address. Then you can put a special route in the host to push traffic out on the PPP connection. It is not super common anymore, but we see it from time [...]
Thu, Apr 19, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
I can't see any problem other than a /32 *network* is useless because it has no available address: the broadcast address is reserved. Regards Francis Dupont _______________________________________________ Kea-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/kea-users [...]
Thu, Apr 19, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Hello Can someone know if it is possible to provide /32 network to client (for example 192.168.1.1/32), with Kea DHCP Server. the idea is to do same configuration as PPPoE, so traffic customer is controled by BNG (for exampe to reach 192.168.1.2/32). Thansk for answer Noruni _______________________________________________ Kea-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/kea-users [...]
Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Oops, I messed the PS. Here is the corrected version. > PS: if you get a cryptic error message please signal it so we can > improve it. BTW the last ticket (5600) is a perfect example of that... _______________________________________________ Kea-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/kea-users [...]
Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble

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