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Ping resolves, nslookup doesn't even get to the dns server

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Old 02-22-2007
=?Utf-8?B?Ym96YWNr?=
 

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Ping resolves, nslookup doesn't even get to the dns server
Using Vista Gold, I have IPv4 unchecked. I've statically assigned my Primary
DNS server to be fed0::10. I can ping it fine. When I ping the name
associated with fed0::10 (bunt.wateng.org), it resolves perfectly ...

22-Feb-2007 11:35:21.124 queries: client fed0::a069:6611:1e1c:8dc8#49675:
query: bunt.wateng.org IN AAAA +

Reply from fed0::10%1: time=15ms
Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms

My DNS server logs also show that the DNS lookup was requested and answered
perfectly.

The problem is with nslookup. If I attempt to "nslookup bunt.wateng.org" I
get the following ...

Server: Unknown
Address: 127.0.0.1:53

*** UnKnown can't find bunt.wateng.org: No response from server

I don't even see an attempt at my DNS server.

There is nothing in my hosts file. In fact, even if I make an entry into
the hosts file, it _still_ doesn't resolve.

If anyone can offer any input on this, i'd be happy to hear it ;-)
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Old 02-22-2007
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RE: Ping resolves, nslookup doesn't even get to the dns server
My input is that Microsoft rushed Vista out the door without having the
networking piece completely finished.

For example, DHCP only works on SOME routers / access points.
If you use a Gateway on a different subnet, FORGET IT! You have to hard
enter all of the IP info for the adapter.
Forget the alternate configuration, it just doesn't work at all.

This all leads me to believe that MS shoved this out the door without the
level of testing and development that is critical for networking.

"bozack" wrote:

> Using Vista Gold, I have IPv4 unchecked. I've statically assigned my Primary
> DNS server to be fed0::10. I can ping it fine. When I ping the name
> associated with fed0::10 (bunt.wateng.org), it resolves perfectly ...
>
> 22-Feb-2007 11:35:21.124 queries: client fed0::a069:6611:1e1c:8dc8#49675:
> query: bunt.wateng.org IN AAAA +
>
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=15ms
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
>
> My DNS server logs also show that the DNS lookup was requested and answered
> perfectly.
>
> The problem is with nslookup. If I attempt to "nslookup bunt.wateng.org" I
> get the following ...
>
> Server: Unknown
> Address: 127.0.0.1:53
>
> *** UnKnown can't find bunt.wateng.org: No response from server
>
> I don't even see an attempt at my DNS server.
>
> There is nothing in my hosts file. In fact, even if I make an entry into
> the hosts file, it _still_ doesn't resolve.
>
> If anyone can offer any input on this, i'd be happy to hear it ;-)

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Old 02-22-2007
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RE: Ping resolves, nslookup doesn't even get to the dns server
It definately looks like it is broken. Can we get an MS guy in here to
confirm that this is a bug?

"Bill Wood" wrote:

> My input is that Microsoft rushed Vista out the door without having the
> networking piece completely finished.
>
> For example, DHCP only works on SOME routers / access points.
> If you use a Gateway on a different subnet, FORGET IT! You have to hard
> enter all of the IP info for the adapter.
> Forget the alternate configuration, it just doesn't work at all.
>
> This all leads me to believe that MS shoved this out the door without the
> level of testing and development that is critical for networking.
>
> "bozack" wrote:
>
> > Using Vista Gold, I have IPv4 unchecked. I've statically assigned my Primary
> > DNS server to be fed0::10. I can ping it fine. When I ping the name
> > associated with fed0::10 (bunt.wateng.org), it resolves perfectly ...
> >
> > 22-Feb-2007 11:35:21.124 queries: client fed0::a069:6611:1e1c:8dc8#49675:
> > query: bunt.wateng.org IN AAAA +
> >
> > Reply from fed0::10%1: time=15ms
> > Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> > Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> > Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> >
> > My DNS server logs also show that the DNS lookup was requested and answered
> > perfectly.
> >
> > The problem is with nslookup. If I attempt to "nslookup bunt.wateng.org" I
> > get the following ...
> >
> > Server: Unknown
> > Address: 127.0.0.1:53
> >
> > *** UnKnown can't find bunt.wateng.org: No response from server
> >
> > I don't even see an attempt at my DNS server.
> >
> > There is nothing in my hosts file. In fact, even if I make an entry into
> > the hosts file, it _still_ doesn't resolve.
> >
> > If anyone can offer any input on this, i'd be happy to hear it ;-)

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Old 02-23-2007
Michael A. Bishop \(MSFT\)
 

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Re: Ping resolves, nslookup doesn't even get to the dns server
At first glance, I'd say you've probably hit a bug in nslookup -- it's not
picking up the DNS server for your IPv6 environment. (It repros on my
system when I disable IPv4.) I've e-mailed the PM for nslookup to check
into this. Thanks.

"bozack" <bozack@discussions.microsoft.com> a écrit dans le message de
news:5E564D68-0DE9-4DF7-89C7-20BEECAA6541@microsoft.com...
> Using Vista Gold, I have IPv4 unchecked. I've statically assigned my
> Primary
> DNS server to be fed0::10. I can ping it fine. When I ping the name
> associated with fed0::10 (bunt.wateng.org), it resolves perfectly ...
>
> 22-Feb-2007 11:35:21.124 queries: client fed0::a069:6611:1e1c:8dc8#49675:
> query: bunt.wateng.org IN AAAA +
>
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=15ms
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
>
> My DNS server logs also show that the DNS lookup was requested and
> answered
> perfectly.
>
> The problem is with nslookup. If I attempt to "nslookup bunt.wateng.org"
> I
> get the following ...
>
> Server: Unknown
> Address: 127.0.0.1:53
>
> *** UnKnown can't find bunt.wateng.org: No response from server
>
> I don't even see an attempt at my DNS server.
>
> There is nothing in my hosts file. In fact, even if I make an entry into
> the hosts file, it _still_ doesn't resolve.
>
> If anyone can offer any input on this, i'd be happy to hear it ;-)


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Old 02-24-2007
Michael A. Bishop \(MSFT\)
 

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Re: Ping resolves, nslookup doesn't even get to the dns server
Just to let you know, I've followed up with the team that owns nslookup,
confirmed the issue, and opened a bug against them. To boil it down,
nslookup ignores site-local IPv6 addresses when selecting a DNS server to
query. If you configure your client with the DNS server's global IPv6
address, it should find it.

"Michael A. Bishop (MSFT)" <michael.bishop@microsoft.com> a écrit dans le
message de news:uzotfguVHHA.528@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> At first glance, I'd say you've probably hit a bug in nslookup -- it's not
> picking up the DNS server for your IPv6 environment. (It repros on my
> system when I disable IPv4.) I've e-mailed the PM for nslookup to check
> into this. Thanks.
>
> "bozack" <bozack@discussions.microsoft.com> a écrit dans le message de
> news:5E564D68-0DE9-4DF7-89C7-20BEECAA6541@microsoft.com...
>> Using Vista Gold, I have IPv4 unchecked. I've statically assigned my
>> Primary
>> DNS server to be fed0::10. I can ping it fine. When I ping the name
>> associated with fed0::10 (bunt.wateng.org), it resolves perfectly ...
>>
>> 22-Feb-2007 11:35:21.124 queries: client fed0::a069:6611:1e1c:8dc8#49675:
>> query: bunt.wateng.org IN AAAA +
>>
>> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=15ms
>> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
>> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
>> Reply from fed0::10%1: time=<1ms
>>
>> My DNS server logs also show that the DNS lookup was requested and
>> answered
>> perfectly.
>>
>> The problem is with nslookup. If I attempt to "nslookup bunt.wateng.org"
>> I
>> get the following ...
>>
>> Server: Unknown
>> Address: 127.0.0.1:53
>>
>> *** UnKnown can't find bunt.wateng.org: No response from server
>>
>> I don't even see an attempt at my DNS server.
>>
>> There is nothing in my hosts file. In fact, even if I make an entry into
>> the hosts file, it _still_ doesn't resolve.
>>
>> If anyone can offer any input on this, i'd be happy to hear it ;-)

>


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