I have in my /etc/rc.net at the end:Quote:>We've been banging our heads about the recent name resolving
>problem (we run the named coming with the OS, 4.2.1) for some
>distant sites such as in Austria.
>From the Dejanews search, there were some similar complaints
>, and the problem is said to be related to the low udp_ttl=30
>, which had the ip packet time out long before it arrived at the
>dest. (with so many hops).
>So I bumped the def. value up to say 100, (similarly for our other dns which
>was an Alpha machine, and it worked right after the increase) but it still
>timed out for the aix dns server.
>Now does anyone know if there are other related param. (such as tcp_ttl?)
>to be increased or tuned. More specifically, anyone who has met
>the same dns problem on aix and have solved it, kindly tell me the steps to
>take to solve this miserable hassle permanently.
/usr/sbin/no -o udp_ttl=64
/usr/sbin/no -o tcp_ttl=64
Jens-Uwe Mager <pgp-mailto:62CFDB25>
I have a question about 'ping' work with netfilter.How can I
ban the icmp echo message out and still can send icmp request message
out and can recieve the icmp echo message at the same time.e.g.
I wish I can ping other computer which don't ban icmp echo,but I
also want my computer can't respond the 'ping' from others.I use
Thanks in Advance.