Paul Jakma wrote:
> i'm having a problem with DNS/netscape.
>> whenever i try to go to a site that i havn't been to before, 9/10 times
> netscape pretty quickly returns "no such host". If i reload it works.
>> i've tried with nslookup to check whether it's bind or netscape. But
> nslookup always works, albeit a tad slowly on new/uncached hostnames.
>> I've got bind 8.2.2p5, options in named.conf are mostly default. eg
> recursion yes, fetch-glue yes, multiple-cnames yes. I've tried with and
> without the dial-up option but that doesn't make a difference.
>> Has anyone noticed this problem on RH6.1+netscape 4.7+caching ns/bind
I'm not using Redhat, but Mandy 6.1, and it works fine, except for then
net connection has to be brought up, then it takes ages for Netscape
>> -paul jakma.
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