We do not have ns1.tinet.ie set to ignore ttl's, the Eircom Net mail servers
also have a ttl of 300 seconds and changes that are made to mail1.eircom.net
always update promptly.
If you want to give the domain names I'll do a bit more digging on this side
to see if I can find out what the problem is ...
> Message: 10
> Reply-To: <aj at nevermindthebollox.com>
> From: "AJ McKee" <aj at nevermindthebollox.com>
> To: <ilug at linux.ie>
> Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 11:13:13 -0000
> Subject: [ILUG] More DNS
>> Hi guys I have a wee problem with DNS,
>> I have a few records which need to be updated every so often. So I have
> max ttl etc set really low to something like 5 min etc.
>> Now when I update the record it comes across fine on a network that I have
> never used to access the network, but when I use eircom the old record is
> still shown and the new one does not take over despite the max and min ttl
> being set quite low.
>> Has anyone experienced this? If so is there a way around it. Just found my
> bind book so looking through that as well but as fair as I can tell there
> nothing wrong with the record.
>> Thanks in advance
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