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Re: 9.3.0 - (source 0.0.0.0#0): unexpected end of input #2

> thanks for your time and help, mark. Does the nameserver have to be edns 
> aware to do successful zone transfers with bind 9.3.0?

	no.

>  Do I have to 
> list all non-ends master servers in my named.conf to be able to do 
> zone-transfer successfully.

	No.  The server in question is broken.  It is sending malformed
	answers.

> Ladislav
> 
> Mark Andrews wrote:
> >>12-Oct-2004 10:12:07.323 zone emirsal.com/IN: refresh: failure trying 
> >>master 213.42.49.107#53 (source 0.0.0.0#0): unexpected end of input
> >>
> >>
> >>I am slave for this zone but I am unable to do a zone transfer succesfully.
> >>
> >>dig axfr emirsal.com @213.42.49.107 is fine
> >>dig soa emirsal.com @213.42.49.107 is fine
> >>
> >>and 9.2.3 bind can do the zone transfer sucesfully.
> >>
> >>could it be 9.3.0 only problem?
> >>
> >>could it be I am out of file descriptors/sockets for named?
> >>
> >>Ladislav
> > 
> > 
> > 	When all else fails tcpdump is your friend.
> > 
> > 	dig +dnssec soa emirsal.com @213.42.49.107 
> > 
> > 	Note the header says there is a additional record but
> > 	there isn't one in the reply.
> > 	
> > 	Disable edns to this server.
> > 
> > 17:04:29.779770 192.168.191.236.1965 > 213.42.49.107.53:  22363+ [1au] SOA?
>  emirsal.com. (40)
> >                          4500 0044 6a1b 0000 4011 8963 c0a8 bfec
> >                          d52a 316b 07ad 0035 0030 cd7b 575b 0100
> >                          0001 0000 0000 0001 0765 6d69 7273 616c
> >                          0363 6f6d 0000 0600 0100 0029 0800 0000
> >                          8000 0000
> > 17:04:30.855358 213.42.49.107.53 > 192.168.191.236.1965:  22363* 1/0/1 SOA 
> (106)
> >                          4500 0086 8747 0000 6911 42f5 d52a 316b
> >                          c0a8 bfec 0035 07ad 0072 a5da 575b 8580
> >                          0001 0001 0000 0001 0765 6d69 7273 616c
> >                          0363 6f6d 0000 0600 01c0 0c00 0600 0100
> >                          000e 1000 4109 6375 7374 6f6d 646e 730a
> >                          6478 6263 7573 746f 6d73 0367 6f76 0261
> >                          6500 0d61 646d 696e 6973 7472 6174 6f72
> >                          c033 0000 0002 0000 0384 0000 0258 0001
> >                          5180 0000 0e10
> > 
> > --
> > Mark Andrews, ISC
> > 1 Seymour St., Dundas Valley, NSW 2117, Australia
> > PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742                 INTERNET: Mark_Andrews@isc.org
> 
--
Mark Andrews, ISC
1 Seymour St., Dundas Valley, NSW 2117, Australia
PHONE: +61 2 9871 4742                 INTERNET: Mark_Andrews@isc.org

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