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  Reply # 283911 18-Dec-2009 22:10
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An update to the DNS servers is being applied over the next few days.
I would be interested to hear from anyone else that has the same issue though.

Once we have applied the update to all servers i will post back here to let you know.

Paul




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  Reply # 292080 22-Jan-2010 07:49
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Thanks for unlocking.

As I said on the other thread (that can be removed please):

I have reinstalled my Snow Leopard and now, the fix that worked earlier no longer works, still get a lot of DNS traffic.

Was the change done on the DNS servers? Did anybody else find another solution?

Cheers.

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  Reply # 292082 22-Jan-2010 08:01
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Morning,

Yes the change was done right before Christmas, sorry i didn't update the thread.
Can you please confirm for me if the same query is being sent?

Have you tried this to turn of mdns? http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3789 I seem to recall that that this had an impact on other services you may want to use. Was that right?

Can you please PM me a new tcpdump of the traffic just so i can be sure i have caught the entire set of requests?

Paul




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  Reply # 292083 22-Jan-2010 08:14
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Unfortunately I'll be away until Tuesday but I'll do some tests when I come back.

Yes, I added the NoMulticastAdvertisements and rebooted but it didn't fix the problem (it did last time).
It has no adverse reactions as far as I'm aware unless you disable mdnsreponder completely.

Cheers

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  Reply # 292102 22-Jan-2010 09:10
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Thanks, when you can is fine of course.
I will also see if we have a machine here with snow leopard and do some tests as well.




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  Reply # 293188 26-Jan-2010 20:14
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Hello,

The tcpdump output is:


tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -vv for full protocol decode
listening on ppp0, link-type PPP (PPP), capture size 65535 bytes
20:14:18.266111 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.63373: 50876 NXDomain 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:18.296332 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.62454: 8883 NXDomain 0/0/0 (58)
20:14:18.296727 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.50088: 16648 NXDomain 0/0/0 (59)
20:14:18.306164 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.54319: 27715 1/0/0 PTR 115-189-216-181.mobile.telecom.co.nz. (96)
20:14:18.346417 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.65200: 33670 NXDomain 0/0/0 (59)
20:14:18.376245 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.53656: 5881 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:18.476129 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.54463: 5817 ServFail 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:18.576130 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.51012: 9785 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:18.686146 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.58711: 47353 ServFail 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:19.007484 IP 115.189.216.181.58711 > 202.27.156.72.53: 47353+ PTR? b._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:19.017619 IP 115.189.216.181.54463 > 202.27.156.72.53: 5817+ PTR? r._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:19.027743 IP 115.189.216.181.53656 > 202.27.156.72.53: 5881+ PTR? dr._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:19.037895 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:19.146156 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.54463: 5817 NXDomain 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:19.426255 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.58711: 47353 ServFail 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:19.446152 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.51012: 9785 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:19.606278 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.53656: 5881 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:20.009599 IP 115.189.216.181.58711 > 202.27.156.72.53: 47353+ PTR? b._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:20.019771 IP 115.189.216.181.53656 > 202.27.156.72.53: 5881+ PTR? dr._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:20.029920 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:20.190195 IP 115.189.216.181.54365 > 115.255.255.255.137: NBT UDP PACKET(137): QUERY; REQUEST; BROADCAST
20:14:20.266507 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.58711: 47353 ServFail 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:20.342893 IP 115.189.216.181.58711 > 202.27.158.40.53: 47353+ PTR? b._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:20.353056 IP 115.189.216.181.53656 > 202.27.156.72.53: 5881+ PTR? dr._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:20.362199 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:20.460776 IP 115.189.216.181.54365 > 115.255.255.255.137: NBT UDP PACKET(137): QUERY; REQUEST; BROADCAST
20:14:20.466091 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.53656: 5881 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:20.596268 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.51012: 9785 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:20.675558 IP 115.189.216.181.58711 > 202.27.156.72.53: 47353+ PTR? b._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:20.685895 IP 115.189.216.181.53656 > 202.27.156.72.53: 5881+ PTR? dr._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:20.695136 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:20.716265 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.53656: 5881 NXDomain 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:20.731325 IP 115.189.216.181.54365 > 115.255.255.255.137: NBT UDP PACKET(137): QUERY; REQUEST; BROADCAST
20:14:20.766110 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.58711: 47353 ServFail 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:20.846120 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.53656: 5881 NXDomain 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:21.008409 IP 115.189.216.181.58711 > 202.27.158.40.53: 47353+ PTR? b._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:21.028576 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:21.341765 IP 115.189.216.181.58711 > 202.27.156.72.53: 47353+ PTR? b._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (55)
20:14:21.586264 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.58711: 47353 NXDomain 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:21.896248 IP 202.27.158.40.53 > 115.189.216.181.58711: 47353 ServFail 0/0/0 (55)
20:14:21.976112 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.51012: 9785 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
20:14:22.027405 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:22.360584 IP 115.189.216.181.51012 > 202.27.156.72.53: 9785+ PTR? lb._dns-sd._udp.0.0.0.115.in-addr.arpa. (56)
20:14:22.686096 IP 202.27.156.72.53 > 115.189.216.181.51012: 9785 ServFail 0/0/0 (56)
^C
44 packets captured
49 packets received by filter
0 packets dropped by kernel


Thanks for your help.

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  Reply # 295687 3-Feb-2010 12:35
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I am still looking into this and havent forgotten about it.

Thanks for the new dump it is proving useful.

Paul




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  Reply # 295696 3-Feb-2010 13:02
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Not a problem, thanks a lot.
Let me know if I can give you more information.

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