DNS issue with ScamNailer updates
MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue Jun 15 17:09:19 IST 2010
This was caused by a slight cockup.
It should be undone automatically as soon as the whois changes propagate
for the mailscanner.tv domain, as it is in the process of moving itself
to a DNS server which has the correct record.
I will request that the faulty record by fixed in the mean time,
however, so you don't have to wait for the whois propagation to happen.
On 15/06/2010 16:54, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> ScamNailer gets its updates from www.mailscanner.tv which has a CNAME
> pointing to www.mailscannertv.bastionnetworksl.netdna-cdn.com, but
> there is no A record for
> www.mailscannertv.bastionnetworksl.netdna-cdn.com, the A record is for
> wwwmailscannertv.bastionnetworksl.netdna-cdn.com (no '.' after www).
> This situation began earlier today. The authoritative DNS for
> www.mailscanner.tv is ns.blacknightsolutions.com and
> ns2.blacknightsolutions.com which have the
> www.mailscannertv.bastionnetworksl.netdna-cdn.com CNAME. Either these
> need to be updated to wwwmailscannertv.bastionnetworksl.netdna-cdn.com
> or an A record for www.mailscannertv.bastionnetworksl.netdna-cdn.com
> needs to be added at ns1.netdna-cdn.com and ns2.netdna-cdn.com.
> Probably the former is the correct solution.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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