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comment Load balancing ip conflict in Mikrotik
@PariGr Which interfaces are the 3 overlapping 192.168.1.0/24 ranges? I only see the one in your config.
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answered Sniff outgoing traffic on my server on a SSL channel
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comment Root nameserver vs. top-level domain server
@EliadTech Yeah, that's completely off base (and probably technically impossible, since there are a lot more DNS entries in the world than could fit in a single system's memory). Prove them wrong with tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2870, under 2.5: They also MUST NOT provide secondary service for any zones other than the root and root-servers.net zones - they're not even allowed to answer queries with anything other than a delegation to a TLD NS.
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comment Root nameserver vs. top-level domain server
@EliadTech What other than that did something think they're holding?
Jun
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comment When the internet is down, so does Active Directory?
What DNS configuration do the clients have? And what device gives out DHCP leases for the network?
Jun
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answered Load balancing ip conflict in Mikrotik
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comment Root nameserver vs. top-level domain server
@EliadTech About which specific part? The difference between the root servers that the gTLD servers?
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comment Force use of IPv6 address over IPv4 address
Ok! Well then let's give it some time for caches to clear - unless something crazy is going on, this should work as you want (and ping and nslookup should return the same thing) once that happens.
Jun
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comment Force use of IPv6 address over IPv4 address
Nothing else in that ANY query than just the A and AAAA, right - no CNAME? Also, when did you make the change to the A and what's the TTL - could be caching?
Jun
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comment Force use of IPv6 address over IPv4 address
There shouldn't be any way for your browser to load a page belonging to the registrar, then, since they'd need to point to it with an A or CNAME record. What's your browser's developer tools say about what remote server address it's contacting?
Jun
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comment Force use of IPv6 address over IPv4 address
Wait, there's an A record pointing somewhere useless (or more ideally, no A record at all) and the registrar's still responding with an A record that points to their own systems? What's the nslookup show when querying for A (or better yet, ANY)?
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comment PowerDNS not listening
Silly question, but can you verify that the PowerDNS service is up and running?
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comment Tracing Untraceable AD Account Lockouts
Can you turn on failure auditing for authentication attempts? The full event will have a little more detail than the netlogon debug log, but still might not help. This has always been RADIUS when I've run into a missing source, for what it's worth.
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