Re: what does this named error mean?
brian moore wrote:
Thanks for your help, I installed the new version (8.2.3, apt-get didn't
see it because it was a security update I guess, which wasn't part of
the sources list).
On Sat, Feb 17, 2001 at 10:15:05PM -0800, Jeff Davis wrote:
I have been having problems with named stopping recently and so I set
ndc to debug mode. Later when it stopped again mysteriously, I looked in
syslog and saw the follwoing error message. Can someone describe it?
Are you running the -current- version? Make sure you check
http://www.debian.org/security/2001/dsa-026 and upgrade.
Feb 17 14:39:57 dynworks1 named: unapproved AXFR from
[126.96.36.199].2368 for "188.8.131.52" (not master/slave)
It means they are trying to download your zone files. That's a machine
at HE.NET -- I would ask them. (HE.NET is a hosting provider, but they
take a VERY dim view of people doing naughty things on their network.)
The machine 184.108.40.206 is me, I am a machine at HE. I don't know what
that means, I wasn't trying to steal my onw zone files. I don't knwo
what that's about. Unless you were referring to 220.127.116.11, which
isn't me. I have no idea what that IP is.
I hope the new version fixes my bizarre problem. If you have any more
information please let me know, because I am not sure the problem is solved.