[Pdns-users] Unresolvable domains with 3.1.1 and "auth-can-lower-ttl"

bert hubert bert.hubert at netherlabs.nl
Tue Jun 13 21:20:47 UTC 2006

On Tue, Jun 13, 2006 at 03:03:28PM -0600, Darren Gamble wrote:

> records with the higher TTLs. If that server(s) is/are also not
> reachable- then the domain will be unresolvable until that NS record
> expires.  When it does, this cycle will start again.  I believe that
> different data for the same name is never supposed to have differing TTL
> values anyway...

Briefly, does it cause real problems? In other words, domains that cannot be
reached? The thing is, catering from broken domains often causes problems
for non-broken domains.

So far all other 3.1.1 problem reports have been resolved.

Kind regards,

bert hubert

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