Safari on IPv6 ?
gert at space.net
Mon Feb 1 15:40:55 CET 2010
On Mon, Feb 01, 2010 at 02:32:07PM +0000, Sam Wilson wrote:
> Can you describe situations where you should expect multiple answers
> to have different information? I don't think I understand what
> mDNSResponder is doing because in normal DNS, modulo times when
> information is changing, all answers should have the same data.
Since you can't query DNS for "give me A+AAAA", the application query
"give me whatever address you have!" will result in two DNS queries, one
for A records and one for AAAA records. Two queries, two packets, two
responses (possibly with 0 answer records in them, if no A or AAAA record
Querying for "ANY" doesn't work.
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