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Re: Dig timeout on certain domains



Am Do, den 07.10.2004 schrieb Aaron O'Hara um 1:07:

> I did as you said running:
> 
> /usr/sbin/tcpdump -X port 53
> tcpdump: listening on eth0
> 
> And then running the 2 DiG statements.
> 
> I then quit the tcpdump command and got:
> 
> 0 packets received by filter
> 0 packets dropped by kernel

There was not any traffic, even incomplete?

> I also ran DiG with domains that worked fine, and tcpdump didn't act any
> different.

Hm, which name server did you query then? Hard to believe that tcpdump
does not see any traffic when you do not query you local bind and
getting results from cache.

> What should I try next?

Post your /etc/resolv.conf. What did your check of the iptables rules
present you?

> Aaron

Alexander


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