<< Verschwörung cont'd | Home | Freenet revisited >>

Insanse frequency of dynamic DNS updates on MacOS

I'm using dynamic DNS (the adult version from RFC 2136, not a la DynDNS), and for a while now I've been seeing my laptops with MacOS 10.6.x churning out updates every 10 seconds. And seemingly redundant updates at that, as the IP is more or less stable.

The lowest time-to-live that MacOS pushes on the entries is 2 minutes, so I have no clue what's going on...

Jan 12 13:17:18 lambda named[18683]: info: client 84.208.X.X#48715: updating zone 'dynamic.foldr.org/IN': deleting rrset at 'rCosinus._afpovertcp._tcp.dynamic.foldr.org' SRV
Jan 12 13:17:18 lambda named[18683]: info: client 84.208.X.X#48715: updating zone 'dynamic.foldr.org/IN': adding an RR at 'rCosinus._afpovertcp._tcp.dynamic.foldr.org' SRV
Jan 12 13:17:26 lambda named[18683]: info: client 84.208.X.X#48715: updating zone 'dynamic.foldr.org/IN': deleting rrset at 'rcosinus.dynamic.foldr.org' AAAA



Add a comment Send a TrackBack