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Mailing Lists
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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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BIND-Users

Today
On Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 12:07 PM Ben Croswell wrote:As long as all 4 DNS servers are running the same version, my first suggestion would be to check firewalls for dropped packets.Some FW/IPS drop packets with edns versions other 0 because they see it as an attack. This can [...]
Fri, Jan 18, 2019
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
Good point as I did not think in terms of an IPS checking for that as well. In our case the firewall in question is acting as a simple packet filter so based on what you state, I should be able to allow for larger packet sizes for DNS queries [...]
Fri, Jan 18, 2019
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble
On Jan 18, 2019, at 9:18 AM, Ben Croswell wrote:I shouldn't have posted so closely to responding to the other user.Oh, my mistake. How is this for a definitve statement?BIND 9 was designed to be EDNS compliant from very beginning. All currently-supported branches of BIND 9 are EDNS-compliant. [...]
Fri, Jan 18, 2019
Source: BIND-users Forum on Nabble

 

ISC DHCP-Users

Earlier
Bruce, Thanks for the response. I am working from a position of not using a configuration profile initially. It would make sense that if dhclient was expecting a conf file that it would complain about it. But, I would expect it to say "Where's the conf file?" instead of that [...]
Fri, Jan 11, 2019
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
So the solution is to include "-cf /dev/null" on the command line: "/usr/local/sbin/dhclient -v -6 -cf /dev/null em0" I do not understand why this makes it work whereas without it it fails. Thoughts? John From: dhcp-users [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of John W. Blue Sent: Monday, December 31, 2018 9:14 PM To: [hidden [...]
Fri, Jan 11, 2019
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble
John W. Blue wrote: > And here is the advertise packet in question that is generating a score of zero. Any thoughts as to why it got a zero? Probably not related since DUIDs are supposed to be treated as blobs, and the client shouldn't really have a reason to [...]
Fri, Jan 04, 2019
Source: ISC DHCP-USERS forum on Nabble

Kea-Users

Earlier
I am attempting to test out a dhcp4 setup using 2 kea-dhcp4 servers running in a high availability, load balancing configuration. I am trying to use perfdhcp to test out this system. I have been assuming that by specifying the interface name with the -l option and not specify the [...]
Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Hi, I need advice in respect of configuring HA on a pair of Raspberry Pi 3B+ units running Kea 1.4.0.P1-3 on Ubuntu 18.10 ------------------------------keactrl.conf---------------------------- # This is a configuration file for keactrl script which controls # the startup, shutdown, reconfiguration and gathering the status # of the Kea's processes. # prefix holds the location where the Kea [...]
Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble
Enabled the debugs, and something definitely looks wrong here...2019-01-17 12:59:20.783 DEBUG [kea-dhcp4.packets/21850] DHCP4_PACKET_RECEIVED [hwtype=1 34:17:eb:f6:5e:c4], cid=[no info], tid=0x78768f6e: DHCPDISCOVER (type 1) received from 10.50.1.24 to 10.50.5.11 on interface eth02019-01-17 12:59:20.783 DEBUG [kea-dhcp4.packets/21850] DHCP4_QUERY_DATA [hwtype=1 34:17:eb:f6:5e:c4], cid=[no info], tid=0x78768f6e, packet details: local_address=10.50.5.11:67, remote_address=10.50.1.24:67, msg_type=DHCPDISCOVER (1), transid=0x78768f6e,options:  type=012, len=007: "cumulus" (string)  type=051, [...]
Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Source: Kea-Users forum on Nabble

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