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Why put *nameserver* in resolv.conf when it should be *resolver*? [closed]

Confusing phraseology is nothing new in the IT world, viz. "synchronous" and "asynchronous" meanings in JavaScript and their almost opposite meanings in everyday life. But I just ...
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Can't resolve service in Kubernetes

I have a pod that wants to connect to Redis, but we use dragonfly instead, but it can’t do that. [2024-04-01 14:34:28.421 DEBUG common_server/src/db/redis_manager.rs:112] creating redis pool with ...
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Resolve-DnsName resolves hostname of IP, but nslookup fails

There are some IP address that nslookup can't resolve (both on Windows and Linux). Problem: I can find the IP of the hostname, but reverse lookup fails. PS C:\> nslookup.exe somehost2 Server: ...
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DNS query failed for degrading feature set?

# env $ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS Release: 18.04 Codename: bionic $ systemd-resolve --vers systemd 237 +PAM +...
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What would initiate MariaDB to start to resolve IP addresses?

In my Windows Logs > Application I see these Warnings IP address 'xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' could not be resolved: No such host is known. The IP is unknown to me. These Warnings get logged as: Log Name: ...
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Is compiling/testing/using a systemd-resolved not aligned with the version of the rest of systemd present on the system supported?

Is it possible to compile only systemd-resolved from the large systemd sources (without all the rest of systemd) to attempt identify a fix to backport? Can a new systemd-resolved coexist with the rest ...
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ping: example.org: No address associated with hostname

I am facing a problem I cannot explain: If I do ping example.org I am getting the result ping: example.org: No address associated with hostname dig returns an empty result: dig example.org ; <&...
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Which service/process fills the default value of /etc/hosts?

I'm running a custom OS based on ubuntu 18.04. I've ran into a problem - when the machine gets installed it sometimes doesn't have the value "127.0.1.1 hostname" in /etc/hosts. So it can't ...
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Sometimes 8.8.8.8 does not find our domain

When resolving towards 8.8.8.8 from a local wi-fi or a personal hotspot, etc. it sometimes fails. Responses are received from these Google IP addresses: 74.125.46.10 74.125.112.1 74.125.112.9 74.125.x....
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Subdomain sometimes fails to resolve towards 8.8.8.8

We took care of implementing the changes you suggested for sip.teltel.io in our previous questions, but it did not improve. Subdomain hosted on AWS sometimes doesn't resolve towards 8.8.8.8 8.8.8....
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Subdomain hosted on AWS sometimes doesn't resolve towards 8.8.8.8

Recently we've been having sporadic trouble resolving our subdomain towards 8.8.8.8, so we created a second subdomain for testing, with which we are unable to replicate the issue. Original subdomain - ...
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8.8.8.8 returns NXDOMAIN randomly for all our subdomains

Our customers make quite a few domain checks towards Google public DNS with the following domains <userid>.sip.teltel.io, but they often fail. To others, like Cloudflare it is always successful. ...
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8.8.8.8 Fails to resolve our subdomains randomly

We have a lot of users on our VoIP software. The softphone checks each user's domain every minute, users make calls, send messages, etc. the usual VoIP stuff. Each user usually makes DNS checks ...
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What is the resolution rate that I can expect from Bind resolver (or alternative)? [duplicate]

I would like to create a DNS resolver using Bind9 so all my organization's DNS queries go to this resolver (DNS queries for external domains. The resolver should not be authoritative for the ...
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Git resolves wrong IP for domain

This is a first for me.... I'm trying to clone a repository from our GitLab server to a 3rd server. I have no issues cloning it anywhere else but this server. The output is the following: myuser@...
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My google cloud instance is no longer able to resolve external hostnames

Yesterday I had to revert to a recent snapshot of my vm. This vm was working flawlessly at the time I took it. But now I can no longer resolve any url from this host. All git pull commands, all curl ...
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split-horizon with systemd-resolved

I am on an Ubuntu box that uses systemd-resolved to resolve host names. I would like to configure it, systemd-resolved, to use a DNS server, different than the main ones, just for some particular ...
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DNS CNAME Resolution - which IP would be returned?

I saw this example of a CNAME record, but I don‘t know what IP would be returned and couldn‘t find an answer. I‘m looking for the IP of pc2.an.example.com and the mail server of an.example.com Zone ...
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What are the pros and cons of using PfSense DNS Forwarder or Resolver?

I am looking for a clean set of pros and cons for two mutually exclusive DNS configurations for pfsense router: Forwarder and Resolver. The configuration that I have in mind is a complex home-office ...
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Can't login or doing any action when using proxy_pass with Nginx

In my previous question here nginx resolve (point) everything to different ip except specific file and subdirectory I asked about resolving my whitelabel website and it's pages to different ip but ...
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nginx resolve (point) everything to different ip except specific file and subdirectory

So i have posted similar question on stackoverflow but i think this is more appropriate section for this. What i have now is one travel blog and on that blog i have whitelabel for tickets/booking. ...
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How to resolve a list of hostnames to ip addresses while querying dig or using getent

I need to resolve all "A" records for a domain to ip addresses if they exist while creating a bash script. I've looked to see if there was a dig command to retrieve all a records for a domain but ...
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Different hostname to ip resolving results (nslookup)

Good day, everyone. Let's say I have a following setup: Windows 7 as host machine, DNS 192.168.0.100, 8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4 Ubuntu 16.04 as guest machine on VirtualBox, DNS 192.168.0.100 (host?) ...
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What DNS server should I use to receive AWS internal addresses for my nginx resolver?

I'm using an AWS Elasticache server example.foo.euw1.cache.amazonaws.com which I want nginx to be able to use in a location directive (this is just a simplistic example): location /cached { set $...
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ssh "cannot resolve host" if host is an A entry, but works with CNAME

I have a very strange behavior (bug?) with my ssh client. When I try to use it with an A record, say ssh -vvvT github.com I get the following error: ssh -vvvT github.com OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2....
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Can't resolve server by fqdn when search domain is enabled

I have a server named site.dpt.myorg.local, which i want to access both with short name and with fqdn. When i try to use short site or site.dpt form, everything works just fine. However when i use ...
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Running Nameserver behind NAT

I have an internet connection with a static ip from my ISP. I do have mail servers and webservers hosted from it. What i would like to achieve is run couple of nameservers by getting another static ip ...
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How to configure BIND to forward DNS request to a specific IP address by the IP address of the site requesting

So Im trying to configure BIND to change the IP address of a response based on the requested domain's configured ip address. So a request comes into bind for domain.local and its ip address is 10.0.0....
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DNS server responding OK with dig but timing out in browser

I just set up a DNS server today, and it is responding to a remote dig (Off network) with NOERROR yet my browser from the same machine it timing out: ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT ## EDIT ## I think it is ...
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rsync temporary failure in name resolution when tried to use rsyncd

I tried to use rsyncd to transfer projects from client to server (push operation). rsync (3.1.2) are installed and running on both client and server, with the server running rsyncd. The rsyncd.conf is ...
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Windows Server 2008R2 internal dns servers don't resolve https://account.live.com

I have 4 dns servers in my domain two of the dns servers can't resolve https://account.live.com.. When users enter their credentials on login.live.com it forwards them to https://account.live.com with ...
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Resolve DNS command returns different IP addresses

I have a failover cluster with two nodes. Both machines are ESXi VM with two network adapters: first one public and the second one is private. When I trying to resolve DNS name for any of node I ...
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DNS registrar - Not all the people in china can reach my site

I have some websites on the cloud (Rackspace for that matter), and I manage their DNS using Route53 (the domain is registered on GoDaddy if it matters). The thing is that those websites are targeted ...
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DNS - how does it resolve the name servers itself? [duplicate]

Domain name: abc.com Name Server: ns1.abc.com and ns2.abc.com I am running a DNS server and hosting the zone (abc.com) on-premise. When a client wants to resolve *.abc.com, it will query ns1.abc.com ...
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domain name isn't added to hostname

We have a computer running ubuntu with name nameA. The DNS server runs on ubuntu as well, while all other computers are windows 7. If I ping the computer from another ubuntu, all fine, the name is ...
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bind9 not resolving specific domains [closed]

Right. So I have set up this bind9 server to act as a local DNS server. Everything worked okay up until recently it refuses to resolve domain names like http://www.google.com.au/ http://www.wikipedia....
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Ping don't resolve www.domain.gob.sv but it does resolve domain.gob.sv on server

I've been with this WEIRD problem on my server. I've been setup a DNS server (BIND) for two domains, but somehow in one of them do not resolve with www. I tried with CNAME an A record with no luck. (...
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Why are there many domain names resolving to IP like 8.8.8.8 and many other? [closed]

I have been wondering why are there many domain names assigning public address that already owned by other (apart from shared hosting/ip), for example hundreds or thousands domain names assigned (or ...
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Windows 2012 Server, DNS resolve host for client

I've been looking for way to resolve host name for client on Windows Server 2012, just like if I added it to hosts file of the client workstations running Windows 7/8. In hosts file I would add ...
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Using hostname rather than IP address in /etc/rsyncd.conf not working

From what I understand from the rsync docs, I should be able to use a hostname with hosts allow. However, it does not work. This works: pid file = /var/run/rsyncd.pid syslog facility = rsync.log ...
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Redirecting an entire domain to another in one CNAME record [duplicate]

Is there a way to redirect an entire domain to another domain through one CNAME record? For example [anyhost].domain1.com pointing to [anyhost].domain2.com where no matter what host name I enter in ...
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DNS - How to make existing domain to no longer resolve & maintain functional MX record [duplicate]

I would like an existing domain to no longer resolve (terrible historical SEO? work, content will move to another domain) And at the same time only maintain that domains historical email address for a ...
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nginx and php | can't resolve hostname and make connection with FQDN

I don't know what can cause this problem, nginx configs or php or anything else but : I can not make connection when host value for these php functions listed below is set to FQDN like http://www....
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Hosting server IP address doesn't match A record but still resolves, website loads ok?

Pretty confused by this, I have a website which is on a Fasthosts shared hosting package, the server IP is 213.171.xxx.x However when you do a DNS lookup the A record is a completely different IP ...
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Locally resolve a name in a DSN lookup (Host not found: 3(NXDOMAIN))

I have a Ubuntu 14.04 Server virtual machine in which I would like to resolve a symbolic name to an IP address locally (i.e., the machine itself should provide the mapping). The mapping is the ...
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IPTables cannot resolve dns [closed]

I'm running Debian 6 32Bit I finally just setup my iptables, but I cannot seem to connect to any external server from my box -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 443 -j ACCEPT -A ...
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Open VPN: add DNS rule to change server domain to local IP

I have a working setup, where all traffic is redirected via a open VPN tunnel. Only issue I have left is, that I want the domain of the server to be the local IP address. Meaning that when the client ...
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Local domain is resolved in nslookup but not in a browser

I'm facing a really strange and annoying problem with my network configuration. In my network we have a diverse list of OSs and servers. We are using Microsoft DNS server 6.1 on a Windows Server 2008 ...
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fake outgoing connection to another ip ?? is that possible [closed]

simply i have a script which is crypted and compiled , when run to check for a file if exist or not on a remote server which ip is 1.x.x.x problem the server 1.x.x.x is not any more working so iam ...
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.co TLD domains do not resolve while others do

I'm running LAMP with Interworx CP. its on a Centos 6.4 box and the DNS Interworx installed is DJBDNS 1.05. I have multiple domains "hosted" on the box, some .com, some .org, and some .net. When ...
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