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Re: DNS Headaches.
After looking at the DIG output posted I would have to agree with how this _should_ have manifested itself (mispelled TLDs only, because of the SOA) - But packet dumps showed the lookups contained lots of valid domains, tons of stuff in .mg, .il, .uk, .gov and to a latter extent .com and .net (but only largish sites like excite, yahoo, etc). Ryan Brooks firstname.lastname@example.org CTO, Internet Connect, Inc. Craig A. Huegen wrote: > On Sat, Aug 15, 1998 at 04:13:49AM -0500, Ryan K. Brooks wrote: > > ==>How did this happen anyway? InterNIC? Postel? Doesn't this error imply that > ==>a percentage of the Internet was unresolvable by the entire planet? > > No. It means that any mis-spelled top-level domain went to you. > > So you got all the traffic for .ent, .ocm, .cmo, .nte, etc domains =) > > (.net and .com permutations for those of you who didn't see it) > > /cah >