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Phil Pacier - AD6NH ad6nh at aprsca.net
Fri Jun 22 18:55:51 UTC 2012


Caught a DDoS against our records server, which is tied to the DNS. All 
servers were reported down, so it deleted all entries from the rotate 
addresses.  We're re-writing scripts now to protect against that sort of 
failure in the future.  All should be as it needs to be now.

Regarding the short IPv6 addresses... those /48 addresses are on servers 
located in major transit points and are native addresses. Due to their 
location, they have /48 subs instead of the standard /64 subs.

73
Phil - AD6NH
APRS Tier2 Coordinator

On 6/22/2012 11:42 AM, Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> Lynn KJ4ERJ wrote...
>
>> My DNS server's translation comes up with 3 IPv4 addresses.  Seems 
>> short, but at least there's some there.
>>
>> D:\Debug>host noam.aprs2.net
>> noam.aprs2.net = 184.106.87.139
>> noam.aprs2.net = 69.16.143.69
>> noam.aprs2.net = 66.152.109.69
>
> host noam.aprs2.net
> noam.aprs2.net has address 206.12.104.10
> noam.aprs2.net has address 204.235.60.114
> noam.aprs2.net has address 198.178.136.100
> noam.aprs2.net has address 198.137.202.21
> noam.aprs2.net has address 69.36.224.182
> noam.aprs2.net has address 23.24.158.50
> noam.aprs2.net has address 216.129.110.17
> noam.aprs2.net has address 208.68.17.67
> noam.aprs2.net has IPv6 address 2001:1868:2001::17
> noam.aprs2.net has IPv6 address 2001:1868:205::21
> noam.aprs2.net has IPv6 address 2610:1e8:1:10:20c:29ff:fe6c:764
>
> And of course, working OK again now, although some of those
> IPv6s look a bit IPv4ish.
>
> 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> -- 
> "I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"
>
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