dig/named - res_nsend: Protocol not supported

2004-02-06 Thread Luke Cowell
Hi I'm running FreeBSD 4.9 and I'm having a little difficulty with named/dig. %uname -a FreeBSD polo.asap.bc.ca 4.9-RELEASE-p1 FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE-p1 #1: Thu Feb 5 16:23:04 PST 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/POLO i386 Here's what's happening. %dig @localhost ; DiG 8.3

Re: dig/named - res_nsend: Protocol not supported

2004-02-07 Thread Luke Cowell
Ignore my previously stated question. What I meant to say was: *Why* do I need to have IPV6 enable ? Is it some configuration option of named that I overlooked ? On Feb 6, 2004, at 9:23, Luke Cowell wrote: Hi I'm running FreeBSD 4.9 and I'm having a little difficulty with named/dig. %uname

dig/named - res_nsend: Protocol not supported

2004-02-07 Thread Luke Cowell
Hi I'm running FreeBSD 4.9 and I'm having a little difficulty with named/dig. %uname -a FreeBSD polo.asap.bc.ca 4.9-RELEASE-p1 FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE-p1 #1: Thu Feb 5 16:23:04 PST 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/POLO i386 Here's what's happening. %dig @localhost ; DiG 8.3

Fwd: dig/named - res_nsend: Protocol not supported

2004-02-08 Thread Luke Cowell
Yes, it was an IPV6 address in my hosts file. Had I specified the loopback IP instead of 'localhost' it would have worked. Luke Begin forwarded message: From: Saint Aardvark the Carpeted [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: February 7, 2004 12:09:52 PST To: Luke Cowell [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL

Re: LAN w/ 2 Hubs

2004-02-09 Thread Luke Cowell
OK, I'll bite. Based on your questions I would say that you're fairly novice. If this is something that needs to work well right away I would simply use the uplink between the hubs. On that note, I would also purchase switches instead of hubs. Entry level switches are about the same price. If

Re: funky dns required

2003-07-07 Thread Luke Cowell
If email is your only concern, then there's a much simpler solution. I have implemented this before and I find it works well. I've only tested this solution where the smtp server runs on my NAT box (NAT being required is implicit... Was implicit). Simply add this line to your nat config rdr fxp0

Re: mpd - question

2003-07-10 Thread Luke Cowell
No, it's not dialup only You're on the right track using mpd, but again that really depends on what you're trying to accomplish with your VPN. As you've probably noticed there are several different types of VPN setup. I use mpd for users on the road or working from home to securely access

Re: Try to delete files

2003-07-10 Thread Luke Cowell
For academic purposes, I'll provide this explanation. Use find; this command would delete any files modified more than one year ago. Find /usr/ports -mtime +365 -xargs rm -ri {} \; Luke From: Nigel Taylor [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 19:21:42 +0800 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]