Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> > How to fix it? I checked the resolv.conf and there is already
> > a line nameserver 127.0.0.1
> for every nameserver line in resolv.conf you have to check if there is a
> nameserver running on that host (dig soa . @127.0.0.1). Remove all lines
> which don't have an nameserver running.
> Hmm.. if dst and source port are exchanged the problem can be created by
> other hosts querying your name server. You nameserver is too slow to anser,
> and the other host stoped alread waiting for your answer, then it will send
> a similiar icmp error.
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